Monthly Archives: July 2014

Survived a dune climb

Warren Dunes State Park is right on Lake Michigan and has amazing sand dunes that rise 260 ft in sharp steep hills. I did not see any Piping Plovers so, up we went. These climbs are really steep and we

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Michigan

Looks like there’s lots to see in Michigan! The ride to Warren Dunes from Fort Custer near Kalamazoo was spectacular with varied farm lands… Who knew Welch’s grows grapes and processes them in Michigan! And of course… lots of corn.

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Heartland

Isn’t he cute? We met him at The Fair! Angola, Indiana 4-H Fair. There were bulls and goats, chickens and bunnies, pigs and horses… even a cat and kitten show! (We skipped that one.). The children who show the animals

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Oh oh bought a clipper

I’m in trouble, it has been 9 weeks without a haircut. I was thinking hmm it is close to ponytail time. But, Barbara found the electric clipper I bought. She has never done this before. At least I got to

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Kinzua bridge near Twin Lakes National Forest CG

In the western part of Pennsylvania is the Allegheny National Forest a most wondrous wilderness area with many NF campgrounds. We stayed at Twin Lake CG. A secluded spot of lush green, chipmunks, bears, and rain. While here we visited

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Off Again!

During our Blogging absence we headed home from Vermont over the 4th of July holiday. Being on the road without reservations we decided to sit tight at Wompatuck in Hingham regrouping, with Trisha and Paul’s home in Milton graciously at

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