The positives are that Great Wolf Lodge is in one of the most beautiful places in Michigan.
|Looking out the window.|
|A little bit of zoom.|
As an indoor water park their meat-and-potatoes are young families or multi-generational families. They work very hard to keep the young ones busy so they sleep like logs and, incidentally, give mom and dad (or granny and grampa) a break.
|From a flier shamelessly stolen from our room.|
|Inside the water park. I found a place where water was dripping on some stonework. The mist kept me cool.|
|Mrs ERJ, I, Kubota and Red Necky (Kubota's friend) went on the weekend. This is a picture of Red Necky falling off a lily pad and about to get wet. The 14 year old girls shamed him.|
|Tick-tick-tick... When you hear that you better move away if you want to stay dry.|
I even had a chance to talk to a couple of business owners who I will contact and hopefully write small business reports on. I must confess to a severe case of laptop envy regarding one of them. I was going cold-turkey regarding connectivity (Friday and Saturday's posts had been pre-loaded). I watched as he popped up a video and found myself mesmerizing. It may have been due to my deprived state but I thought the content and delivery was very well done.
I asked him to shoot me the link and he was more than happy to oblige.
The thing is...
I must not be an "Inclusive" kind of guy.
I wanted to go outside
|A pretty, little Northern Michigan trout stream.|
|A Rosa canina flaunting a Candy Apple Red paint job between the Chevy and the Ford dealerships on highway M-37.|
|Michigan Highway 22. Looking east, out over the bay.|
|More trout stream.|
|Stockbrokers advice to his son: Buy son. Buy son. Bison.|
|There are still piles of snow in the parking lots. Not that it is so cold. Rather, there was so much snow. Every winter.|