Thursday, September 1, 2011
Jaani has been enjoying 3 walks a day in his own private 1.5 acre dog park... sometimes when the neighbors are around, I'll put him on a leash because I don't think they would like it if he went running up to them...
I have been spending a lot of time entertaining my nieces and nephews. They are all at the point where they want lots and lots of attention, so it's a good thing I'm here to give it to them.
I went to the renaissance festival where I enjoyed a turkey leg, a pickle, lots of beer, and a show at the smoker. Then we went to a near by bar for more beer and pizza. It was good to see my cousin the Amazing Flec perform his fire show at the smoker, although it was weird that there is no smoking in the smoker... at least not sense they passed that non-smoking law...
Next, I went around visiting old friends from high school... just dropping in and getting a beer at the local bars, but this past weekend, we went out for a Yooperland Adventure of sorts. (Jaani stayed with my parents...)
We went to Craig Lake which is just north of Michigamme, Michigan (which is in Michigan's upper peninsula SW of Marquette.) The way to the lake is to drive into Michigamme, where you will find a small one lane dirt road (craig lake rd)... take that road about 6 or 7 miles in (following the signs to craig lake)... then you will find a small parking lot... from there, you will have to carry your boat about 1/2 a mile down a dirt road to the water. From there, we traveled across the water for about 1.5 miles by boat (1 canoe, 1 kayak, 1 row boat)...
While there, we polished off about 168 beers, 5 fifths of liquor, and a half gallon of 5 o'clock vodka... we didn't bring much booze back with us... it was a good time.
Speaking of drinking... it seems that after spending a few weeks in Michigan, I find that I have greatly increased my capacity for alcohol. Funny how that works...
Anyway, now, I think I will spend the weekend going to East Lansing, Royal Oak, and possibly Duck Lake for another relaxing vacation.
Maybe I'll write more later, but that's all for now.
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