Travel to Port Huron, Michigan located just over the Canada/USA border
The hard part of being in Canada was also the best part. ATT charges $1/minute for calls, .50/texts, and $20 per 1mb data. Airplane mode for a day and a half brought our family that much closer 😉
Now…back in the USA…We stayed at the most amazing KOA campground.
It had its own Western store complete with an fudge shoppe, ice cream & candy store, pizza place, and Town Hall with crafts and games . . . tennis courts, 2 pools, and multiple playgrounds! WOW!
We had a little downtime to enjoy all these amenities and even took in a movie at the Town Hall. Alyssa created this lovely “Stone Family” as well. Oh! The things that you can imagine when faced with free time and no television 🙂
Jordan got us all geared up for our field trip to Lake Huron
I had lived in Michigan for 13 years and had never visited Lake Huron before. The water temp was 55 degrees today. My feet were so numb I ran across the rocks lining the shore without even feeling them.
Huron is the 2nd largest of the 5 Great Lakes and is 750 ft. deep at its deepest. The Great Lakes contains 1/5 of all the world’s surface fresh water.
Yes, I love facts and history 🙂
Port Huron lighthouse taken from the drone (above and below).
Jordan’s first drone video edit…
Next stop: East Jordan, Mi for a Scheer family wedding.
Alyssa, we love the stone family! So creative! Lake Huron looks like a beautiful place, and you were definitely there on a beautiful day. And I love facts and history too, so please continue to enlighten us. 😉 Can’t wait to hear about the wedding!
Great pictures, wish we were there! Can’t wait to see more!!
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