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Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Packing things to leave here to spend some more time in St. Ignace, check out the Ojibwa Museum and heritage building, then do the trunk-slammer tourist thing , then back down over the Mackinac Bridge to Indian River for a few days. Beaches , then Petoskey..
Yesterday we were at the Soo Locks, hooked up with Bill, my dear friend. Visited with us a couple hours gave us each one of his one-of-a-kind hand hammered German silver necklaces. HE sculpts, carves wood, scrimshaw, pottery, oil on canvas, pen and ink, ,,he actually carved the scale model for eh bronze sculpture of "The Fallen One" statue in the Smithsonian. A long but great day.,, we fell into bed last night...
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  • SHARON10002
    Glad you found your friend, and hope that you will now be able to keep in touch on a regular basis. He sounds very talented!
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    you follow my motto - work hard and play hard!
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    You sure you can't stay on vacation all year? Your blogs are such a pleasure.
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    So glad you met up with your friends. Hope you can keep in touch now.

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  • GABY1948
    We just got back from St Ignace! BUSY there and Mackinac. Your friend Bill must be VERY talented...so glad you got to meet up with him. emoticon

    Your vacation is wonderful....glad you are having such a wonderful time!
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    Enjoying your selves and making emoticon Memories. It all sounds so nice.One of our sons might be moving to Wisconsin some time soon.
    HUGS and much love to both of you, Pat in Maine. emoticon emoticon emoticon Thanks for the nice comments on my blogs Kristy a.k.a.DD emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
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