Travel 2004

This year our plan was to tour the State of Michigan, which we did for about a week.

Before reaching Michigan, we stopped over in Columbus, Indiana and we stayed at a lovely resort/retreat which is owned by the employees of Cummins. We highly recommended this place as a stopover for our RV families.

Columbus, Indiana is renown for it's varied architecture. We took the architectural tour and recommend you do also if you stop there, too many things to show here, but here is a sample anyway. Click any of them for a big version, then BACK button to this page.

In Michigan, our itinerary took us north bound along the coast of Lake Michigan.

Sleeping Bear Dunes, created by wind rising sand from the shore of the lake.

Holland and Zeeland are close by towns and are renown for the Tulips grown there. Unfortunately we were out-of-season. So, we visited the tourist shops and the lakefront. The main street is tourist/sightseer friendly having lots of small shops, almost none of which cater to locals needing a loaf of bread, a good clue that it's for show!, but pleasant anyway.

Mackinac Island is located in Northern Michigan and is accesses by ferry.

Old Mission, a point of land jutting into the lake, just north of Traverse City.

Soo Locks at Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan is a major water control point between Lake Superior and Lake Michigan.

Door County and Madison were our destination in Wisconsin.

Colorado took our breath away, too bad we didn't get a lot of photos, nonetheless, we were really treated to many days of beautiful scenery in the Rocky Mountain area. Travel along with us to Golden, home of Coors Brewery, Rocky Mountain National Park, The Stanley Hotel and to the Capitol at Denver.

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