Michigan was surprisingly beautiful in the summer. Usually when I think of that state it’s covered in 3 feet of snow 10 out of 12 months of the year. But wow! Both Ben and I were really surprised.
We stayed at the Hungry Horse which was a really well done RV park. It had a lot of families there and in activities. I could see why people would want to live there during the summer. They had a pool, hiking trails, movie nights, two playgrounds, a basketball court, and even a bounce pad. The staff was really friendly and helpful. It was September at the time so they had fun fall activities like a hayride, and spook alley for Halloween. The season closed in September but the celebrated it anyway. I’m not complaining!
We decided to check on trip advisor for some fun things to do and we came across a little Dutch village. There were great reviews so on a rainy way, we went.
This little place was fun for kids. Not sure if we would go back but decided to make the best out of it. The workers were young but very informative. We learned how the wooden shoes were made, and a fun tale of a boy who stopped a dam from breaking.
Not sure how people could walk in these…
I’m Not A Witch!
To put everyones mind at ease, I was weighed and tried. Not a witch.
The time we had in Michigan was much needed. The drive from Texas was long but beautiful and we are getting the hang of this lifestlye.
Also, I found that tiny spaces get messy real quick.