If you think I’m giving you mouth to snout resuscitation, you’re nuts! Hmmm? Perhaps heads or tails? I can’t lose. Now what ice breaker can I got his attention with?.
a bad day to drive in Marquette? How about a catastrophic date to drive in Marquette? Also I think school should be called off and work as well
I went camping with a friend to the Prescott National Forest in Arizona and just before dinner a half-starved dog came into our campsite . My friend Nathan suggested caution . But just having lost my two Huskies Frick & Frack I ignored him and fed the poor dog . After eating the dog ran back into the forest . I went to sleep and in the morning the dog was right next to me . I took him home with me and my wife Darlene took to him right away . We named him lucky because we were lucky to find him and he was lucky to find us . Now he is part of the Reynolds Family .
this is a typical day at the Ludington lighthouse during high waves.
what some men will do for their grandkids. A self-made sled Hill if I don’t break my back first.
Some have wondered how this Manistee National Forest campground was named . You might find this hard to believe but it was named when someone found a bear track in the area . The campground is fairly close to the little Manistee River . It has about 27 camping spots . It does not have modern convenience . As for whether or not bears know about this place, well, I’ll let Bruno give you a hint-
Hey Charlie, you won’t have to climb this Pole very high because you’re already there!
When I worked for the forest service in Michigan, I was always fascinated buy a flock of trees all in a row and all basically the same height and distance from each other. This phenomenan occurred basically was all kinds of trees. But the one that isbut the one that has always stood out to me is the pine tree . The pine tree is Nature’s perfume . Those that planted them years before were amazing as to their detail and distance between each other. Sometimes this goes on for miles. My wife called these a flock of trees or as I prefer a strand of trees . Magnificent !
the Kennedy Brothers made many repairs to the lodge. They wanted parties to be held here. A plan for a sled Hill was developed. And a warming station Atop The Sled Hill was built. Volleyball courts wear added outside and summer trips were planned away from the facility. Perhaps they made too many elaborate plans for this facility is no longer there property. Tim Kennedy is still in school and plans to try to resurrect the property are still in the works. I’m not sure if the other Kennedy brother plans to be involved again. Does anyone know who the present owner is?
the Paulding light is a phenomena that appears in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan near the town of Paulding. It is close in proximity to the Wisconsin border. This strange light has been appearing Nightly since the 1960s. There have been scientific studies including Michigan State University with no conclusions. Some believe it to be car lights or swamp gas. Darlene and I have both seen it but from afar. When we tried to investigate closer we found nothing. Yet the local people have seen it every night. Just what is it? Your guess is as good as mine.
I I heard a rumor the other day about a steer getting caught in a building. I don’t know if this was a bum steer or not? It was supposed to have taken place in Custer Michigan. To get his head caught in the building like this must have happened due to a stampede. The customers got the raw end of the deal because the rump is right in the restaurant. Maybe they should call this place the steer Inn? They steer you in and you get the best steak possible. Or rump roast whenever you prefer? Healthy eating!