Well it is time to shut down oy Michigan "cabin" in the pond and prepare to embark to Arizona.
We began the day at Eric's Cafe, and it was still dark. We wished Laurie and the other waitress a pleasant winter, thanked them for their wonderful service and then departed. Of course, I left a 25% tip.
After breakfast and with the sun rising we headed to the dunes and Lake Michigan. We were greeted by deer and wild turkeys. The deer are always skittish, but we drove within 10 feet of the turkeys and they were oblivious. I do undertand; breakfast is a important meal.
We were greeted with a lot of fall color. Last night it didn't get as cool as predicted and it was about 50F at 7am.
The dunes were empty but for one other walker. The snow fences are going up and soon it will be winter.
We returned to the campground, winterized our "cabin", stowed the cook station and glider, and ran the slide in. That's the end of this summer.
Now,to prepare for the trek to Arizona!
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