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2008 summer vacation, Michigan, Manistee National Forest, Pines Point campground
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Pines Point campground. Unbeknownst to us because we'd arrived just as it was getting dark, right behind our campsite was a bog. Each site had a small trail leading down to the river, where you could go swimming or tubing (if you were equipped for it).
These sites have upright grills instead of fire rings, and each site also had that gallows-thing in the middle of it -- a wooden post with a bar and a hook. We hung our lantern off it at night. I have no idea what it's supposed to be used for. I forgot to ask.
Pines Point had a summer campground host, a couple, and they were really, really nice, and kept the place looking fantastic. They had firewood _and_ ice for sale (wow), and the restroom was so clean. (No showers at this one.) They were a bit surprised to see us out-of-staters cruise in; nearly everyone who uses this particular campground is from Michigan.
Oh, and this campground also had a small population of stray cats, who'd apparently been dumped in the area and came and begged at the various campsites.
Florida Vacation #18
Image by Lynda Giddens
The water was really warm Sunday night so I had to go wading in it at every opportunity. My favorite activity while I was there was to go out and walk along the beach letting the tide bring the water over my feet and legs. Saturday when Mark and I went out we found a spot where we waded up to my mid thigh and then there was a little island to stand on where the beach seemed to start over. It was just great.
Image by Sachmanns.dk
We where the first to arrive in the restaurant at around 7:30 in La Herradura, Andalucia.
All the tables where ready for the guests to arrive.