Wednesday, August 04, 2010

On the beach

Two Rivers, Michigan. After two ice cream stops.

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The ride along Lake Michigan on Tuesday, August 2 was designated as Dairy Day. We stopped for ice cream at one place that had a huge cow outside:

We followed that with a stop at the ice cream parlor that claims to be the original home of the ice cream sundae. Naturally, we had one.

We ended the day away from the lake in Mishicot, where we stayed at the Fox Hills Resort.

Each day that we rode with SAGBRAW, we left our trailer and Igloo cooler box with the truck in the morning and picked them up at the school where the campground was set up in the evening. Local scout troops provided "Red Wagon Service" to take people's bags to their campsites, but when we arrived in Mishicot, the scouts were standing idle, with nobody needing anything delivered. They were intrigued with the trikes, so I took several of them for rides around the parking lot, slaloming between the traffic cones that separated the bus lanes.

1 comment:

glassyaks said...

Ouch..Two Rivers WISCONSIN (my home town). Great blog! Thank you for sharing.