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132 N. Main St., Huron, United States
2119 W. Cleveland Rd., Huron, United States
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First of all, I have an addendum to yesterday's blog. Actually, it is a Life Lesson/Truth of Life—Watch CAREFULLY for horse manure on the highways and byways as you travel. I forgot to mention that John (bless his heart!!) spent about twenty ...
... thanked them profusely as well as leaving them with a few beers and a card that Holly had made. We left intending to re- enter the States at Port Huron on lake Huron. We wanted to be there early so that if we had to wait in a queue it wouldn't ...
Mike and Erin welcome us with lamb BBQ-q and beds to sleep, taking their household fro 6-12 people, no small feat for anyone, We enjoy catching up and seeing Erin and the girls, Erin looks fantastic! Jet-lagged we stay up as late as we can chatting ...
Maybe I just wasn't in the mood for L.A. or maybe it truly is shit, I think it's something you definitely need to experience yourself but it wasn't for me. I was only 40 miles from Orange County and it was a place I had to go to. I saw the TV ...
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Main St., Huron, Ohio, United States
On summer evenings you're sure to see a flock of gulls and terns swoop by, particularly herring and ring-billed gulls and caspian terns.
2514 Cleveland Rd., Route 6 Huron, Ohio, United States
Watch birds of prey such as bald eagles and osprey hunt for fish.
3910 E. Perkins Ave., Huron, Ohio, United States
If you've ever wanted to become a Lake Eerie wingwatcher, the Osborn Recreation Area is a good place to begin. You'll likely catch sight of a songbird, a yellowthroated warbler, and if you're lucky, a great horned owl.
2715 Cleveland Rd., Huron, Ohio, United States
This stretch of shoreline comprises a diversity of habitats that sustain a number of plant and animal communities. Over 300 species of birds visit the preserve, and in the springtime, expect a carpet of wildflowers.