Petoskey is a small town with a population of roughly 6,000 people. Like most U.S. towns, it appears a bit larger from a Canadian perspective due, in part, to the layout of the town as well as the look and feel of the town. In this case, lots of wonderful Victorian buildings like this one. […]
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The sunsets in this part of the United States last a long, long time. From roughly 8:30pm to almost 10:00pm, the sky comes alive with wonderful vibrant colours. The evening sky sets the coach ablaze with reflections of the cool light. This is where we take in the sunset.
“It’s a good thing that you do your circle checks.” So said Heidi, our service advisor at our dealer. Being a bit of an OCD kinda guy, okay, a major OCD kinda guy, I walk around the coach almost every day. I check the tire pressures frequently regardless of whether the coach has been driven […]
Here are a few photos from our stay at the Petoskey Motorcoach Resort. I’m hoping that these pictures will give you a sense of the place, a treasure in the upper peninsula of Michigan. This is one of my favourite shots so far, a shot of Bob’s 2016 Dutch Star. He has a 4369 which […]
This is our home for the week at the Petoskey Motorcoach Resort. This is a small park with about 70 or so sites — although it seems to be only two-thirds full right now. It is a very quiet and relaxing property. The resort is beautifully maintained and the landscaping details remind me of a […]