Murdo Girl…SeeYa keeps on rollin’

After we took the dogs for a long walk around the beautiful O’Neill Creek RV Park in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, we headed across Highway 29 to Shawano. Then we took Highway 22 over to Oconto, WI, where we hit 41 which took us into Michigan. We drove along Lake Michigan on 41 until it turned into 35.

We are staying at an older and smaller, but still beautiful RV Park just steps away from the lake. It is actually warmer here than it was in Wyoming and South Dakota. There is no wind and it was in the mid 50’s when we took the dogs for their walk before dinner.

Here are some of the sights we saw along the way…

You can barely see the horse and buggy ahead of us in the first shot. I never was able to get a clear view…

I sure would like to know the significance of the footprints and arrow on the sidewalk of the first picture below…

I love the barns and the countryside the best…

Watch out for thin ice….and,

One of the more challenging things about travelling north in an RV this time of year, is finding full hookups (50 amp electric, water and sewer). Many of the more resort type parks are closed for the season. We can’t get our satellite TV to come in here and we can’t have all the lights and heaters going at the same time. I’ll still have hot water for my shower in the morning and we have the use of everything we really need. SeeYa is pretty self- contained, and if we need more power, our generator works great now, so we’re good. I find that I’m enjoying the quiet…

Tomorrow we will leave Escanaba and travel along Rte 2. Then we’ll head south on 75 between Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. 

Kip said we are going across a very long bridge that is over very deep water. I’m trying not to be anxious. I really hate high bridges over deep water.

Have a great evening. Give your worries to God. He’s up all night anyway making beautiful things for us to see…

8 thoughts on “Murdo Girl…SeeYa keeps on rollin’

  1. Bobby October 9, 2018 / 8:13 pm

    Pasties and pastries are very different and UP stands for Upper Peninsula. We call those from Upper Peninsula UPpers. I guess it’s a local thing that Texans cannot comprehend. It’s maybe comparable to a SD vs ND thing. 😍😍


  2. scoper07 October 9, 2018 / 11:38 am

    Oh what wonderful pictures you produce MG! Wish we were along with you. What beautiful country you are seeing. The leaves haven’t started turning here yet but we are close. I’ve heard the state of Maine’s summer is a couple of weeks of bad sledding. You’ll find out yourself. Thanks for sharing your trip.

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    • Mary Francis McNinch October 9, 2018 / 7:55 pm

      I love your sayings 07. Maybe we will luck out. We got spoiled today with 75 degrees and sunny skies!!


  3. Bobby October 8, 2018 / 3:57 pm

    Suggest you try the pasties in Ishpeming as you depart the UP.

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    • Mary Francis McNinch October 9, 2018 / 7:53 pm

      I saw a sign that said, pasties. Are they the same as pastries?


    • Mary Francis McNinch October 9, 2018 / 7:57 pm

      I saw a sign that said, pasties. Are they the same as pastries? What is the UP?


  4. sanjuan831 October 8, 2018 / 10:08 am

    This is fantastic! I don’t like high long bridges either. Pull your crown down over your eyes.
    Too bad you can’t stop in Michigan and see Bob. The pictures are great. Thanks, dear cuz!

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    • Mary Francis McNinch October 9, 2018 / 7:51 pm

      I wish I could have seen Bobby. Trice said he lives in a beautiful place near Lake Michigan.


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