Currently in Goodyear AZ (Low 42 Pleasant with Clouds and Sun High 69)
Still catching up on our summer travels, this covers our stay at Kritter's North Country Campground near Newberry Michigan. Our GPS devices brought us right to the park and that's when the fun really began. Bob forgot that the campgrounds were limited in the area and chose a good line of sight for our roof mounted satellite instead of a sewer hookup. He forgot it during checkin which made it a little awkward. When he later checked his notes he realized his mistake and apologized.
The interior roads were narrow and there was a sign in a spot it shouldn't be, let's just put it that way (that's his story and he is sticking to it). Bob swung the Lifestyle to make the turn and unfortunately scraped the side. The good news is that nobody died in this adventure and with a lot of elbow grease and MacGuier streak remover the scrape is barely noticeable. The sad news is that Bob saw the narrow road and tight turn and didn't ask Jo to get out and help him. Bob needs to get better at that as we journey down the road.
The narrow roads are gravel and the sites are grass which made it interesting when we got rain a couple of the days during our stay. The hookups were convenient. The Verizon 3g/4g was mostly 3g and the cellphone signal was 1 tower at best. Luckily the free WiFi provided by the park was fair but at least better than Verizon 3g.
Since we were able to see and blog about Tahquamenon Falls here and the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum here and here we have no need to visit this area again so doubt we will ever visit this park again so we did not take our usual campgruond pictures. We'll leave you with a picture of the falls and of the Shipwreck Museum.
Till next time,
Bob and Jo
We love that area. It was raining the day we visited Shipwreck Museum, but it was still a really nice museum and grounds.ReplyDelete