Monthly Archives: July 2010

Touring: Newmar and Notre Dame

We are currently parked in Elkart, Indiana as we move south to Decatur next week for repairs to our broken shower panel.  Elkart is a manufacturing town, concentrating on musical instruments, rvs, and manufactured homes.  Yesterday we drove 20 miles … Continue reading

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Southern Michigan

One of the big attractions in this area of Michigan is the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn.   So who could pass through without making a visit?  We are parked in the Wayne County Fairgrounds near I-94 in Blelleville, Michigan … Continue reading

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Dining at “Legs Inn”

We were looking for someplace different to dine at so we asked the park owners about different restaurants in the area.  One of the places they mentioned was a place called “Legs Inn”, a thirty mile drive straight across Michigan … Continue reading

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The Locks at Sault Ste. Marie

On Wednesday we took the motorcycle for a short ride (100 miles one way) across the Mackinac Bridge to the upper peninsula of Michigan.  Our destination was the small city of Sault Ste. Marie where ships transitioning in or out … Continue reading

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Mackinac Island

We spent the day on Monday at one of the nicest places you can visit in the country, Mackinac Island.  Mackinac is a four square mile island located just east of the Mackinac Bridge, which connects the Upper Peninsula to … Continue reading

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Moving North

Mackinac Bridge Originally uploaded by wrightjj We are now parked at a small campground in Cheboygan, Mi which is about 15 miles south of Mackinaw City, where the Mackinac Bridge connects the main part with the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. … Continue reading

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Sunsets and Dunes

We’ve really enjoyed our week along Lake Michigan near the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.  The weather has been great, with warm (almost hot) breezy days and cool nights (air conditioners off, windows open).  We are sitting in a “resort” … Continue reading

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