Sunday, July 8, 2012

A Little Shopping, A Litte Lunch and #3

Ahmeek, WI.

61 deg. mostly cloudy, E. wind @ 5 mph.

Forecast = Mostly sunny. Highs 75 to 80. Light winds.

Yesterday morning, Eddy and Christine, my neighbors to my left, started packing up to head on down the road. Since we've been here, Jim has been spending some time visiting with them, and in fact, Eddy helped get me backed into my site the day we got here.

They live in Wisconsin, (Tomahawk, I believe), and are a really nice couple who are easy to talk to.

Christine is into photography and she and Eddy were out taking photos of the sunsets every night when Jim was out there, so they visited at those times too.

It was too bad that they had to leave. I was just getting acquainted with their very nice 5th wheel. : (

About 11:00 Jim and Linda took CLT (Cute Little Truck), and headed into Ahmeek where they went to a little gift shop where they sell all handcrafted items made by local people. There, Linda found a bunch of items that she's planning on using for Christmas presents.

From there, CLT took them up to the little town of Mohawk, (just a few miles North of Ahmeek), where they went to the Wood N Spoon.

At this place, they sell all kinds of home made jams and jellies, baked goods, and a little bit of everything else.

By the time they left there, they were getting hungry so they went up the road a little farther to Slim's Restaurant, where Jim had the fish and chips and Linda had a grilled cheese sandwich.

Oh, and they also bake bread and many other bakery products at Slim's, so Jim and Linda stocked up on a bunch of that. : )

It was about 1:30 by the time they came back here to the CG. After getting everything put away, Jim ate 1/2 of one of the apple turnovers that he had picked out at Slim's, and then took a little nap.

And Linda? Well she read a few pages in a book and then fell asleep in her chair. : )

Not much happened for the rest of the day. We did have another nice sunset though.

That's #3!!!

Did you know that the deepest point in Lake Superior, (about 40 miles north of Munising, Michigan), is 1,300 feet below the surface?

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