Hawks Eye Golf Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and got into the car. Equipped with ham sandwiches, apples and bananas - we had no need to stop, so headed straight to Uncle Roger's and Aunt Carol's. We have had so much fudge and eaten so many pasties that we were happy to be back to eating sandwiches. The autumn colours were definitely brighter compared to last week, but once we crossed the Mackinac Bridge, we noticed that the trees ...
... Island? The Sun and the State have a connection.
The Community based State and Bijou Theatres are owned and operated respectively by the Traverse City Film Festival. The Not for Profit festival was founded by Michael Moore, and he programs the films for the cinema year round as well.... (Which is my favourite part ...
... flower and sprig of lavender all afternoon as they were so yummy. I finally had to surrender the daisy as it looked pathetic after an hour or so, but I still have the lavender and it smells awesome. Even Cuppy thinks so. I watched Sande and Carol pick carrots, tomatoes, runner beans, kohlrabi (like a mini cabbage), banana peppers and was of no help at all - just took pictures like an annoying tourist! ...
We went to dinner last night with our friends Don & Dar at the Black Star Farms Winery for a Michigan fish boil. The food was great. We had never been to a Michigan fish boil before. It is a lot like the ones we do in the south but they use lake trout and white ...
... about 12 inches in diameter. The log was bisected by three chainsaw cuts that cut through about 3/4 of the log's length, dividing it into six separate sections. A firestarter was inserted into the center of the log. When Mike lit the firestarter, it quickly began to flame from the center and burned very nicely for almost two hours. While the log burned, we ate dinner and visited. By nine o'clock, Cindy and I had retired to finish packing the trailer ...