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Sep 8, 2012 - Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library

What a pleasant night last night, being able to sleep with fresh air from open windows. The weather is certainly making a quick change and all for the better. Once we were up and alert, we headed downtown Grand Rapids, stopping at The Westsider Cafe for breakfast. Bev had a cheese omlette and I enjoyed potato pancakes. Mmm. With puffy white clouds and moderate temperatures, it was a good day for pictures outside at The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum. While this president was not nominated for his role as Vice-President or President, I...

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Aug 5, 2012 - Wellston camp 2

Sunday, August 5, 2012 Wellston, Michigan We camped at Kestelwoods Campground. There are several really nice national forest campgrounds nearby without electric power. If the temperatures were cooler, we would choose the national forest. Kestelwoods has power, barely. The voltage is 107 volts at the highest. It dips, then the campground breaker trips. There must be 8 campsites on the same breaker. Don’t come here for good electricity. Come to Kestelwoods to take a canoe or kayak trip on the Pine River. The local canoe liveries pick you up...

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Aug 3, 2012 - Wellston camp 1

Friday, August 3, 2012 Wellston, Michigan We enjoyed our day here at Twin Oaks Campground near Wellston. We found that this part of Michigan has four season camping. This campground has people canoeing and kayaking the Pine and Manistee Rivers, as well as fishing and snowmobiling. While we were here, there was a group of 10 year olds (boys and girls) who play on the same hockey team. The hockey coach had organized the outing to include a float trip on the river. The kids sure enjoyed the camping and river trip. We enjoyed the kids, we did...

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