So...the promised recap of our camping trip with some good friends of ours!
We camped at Hoeft State Park (one of the oldest state parks in Michigan) for the week.
We had a lot of fun at nearby Roger's City enjoying fireworks and the breakwall.
We enjoyed some awesome Michigan made ice cream!
(Two thumbs up for the Bear Claw! ... Yes, he was saving some of his face for later! LOL!)
We visited the largest limestone quarry in the world...in Roger's City!
We also enjoyed nearby 40 Mile Point Lighthouse!
The wreckage from the Joseph S. Fay (1905)
We had a lot of fun looking for rocks! We found a few petoskey stones and some beach glass!
Samuel with his loot.
We enjoyed some Mackinac City attractions such as Colonial Michilimackinac and the Fort.
Mill Creek was a lot of fun! It's home to Michigan's first saw mill. They've uncovered a lot of artifacts and rebuilt it all.
Our 11 year old Isaac got to help with the saw demonstration. He had a lot of fun!
We also enjoyed some local fudge, a bit of shopping, relaxation and a lot of laughs!
It was a very fun vacation!