A whole lot about nothing really. You'll get bored I'm sure.

Sunday, April 20, 2008

Here is the research I've done.

First option.


This is the PJ Hoffmaster state park. It seems to have some cool things that we could do. There are trails and an observation deck. For tent sites I think it said $26 per night.

Option two


This is the Muskegon State Park. The price is about the same, and also has trails, and such. One benefit, it's close to the channel (north muskegon side)

Now, here is our old standby - Pioneer Park.


One bad thing about this, is there is no reservations. We'd have to take a chance.

I did check out a few other sites, however, they are a lot more expensive.

I'm sure there are other sites that were not listed on the website. I'm voting for Hoffmaster. We can make reservations, it's close enough to be able for those who may need to work, they have a lot of places the kids could explore, and it's on the beach.

Now accepting feedback.

Thursday, April 17, 2008

The new stuff..blah blah blah

Here is what's new with me.

Our store is closing on Sundayish and I should be starting at the other store shortly after that.

I got a new car. I got a PT Cruiser. I will be having a name that Crusier contest as soon as I can find my camera.

Also, because of the cost of gas, Bunny Jo thought it might be better to camp locally, so we will be hopefully selecting a date as well as a place this weekend and hope as many of you can go as possible. One other benefit to locally would be if anyone was unable to get time off work, they could still come and visit.

I still want to go to Paradise Michigan at some point. Any takers?

Monday, April 07, 2008

Family Camping Trips?

Some of my favorite memories being a kid was going up to Pentwater and camping, or going out to Pioneer park. I'd really like everyone to think about getting together this summer for a long weekend to take a little trip. Here is what I was thinking.


Check it out. I've been there and didn't get to spend much time up there, and Mom has never been across the bridge. I also think it'd be great to take our spoiled children away from technology for a few days and let them sit around a campfire and hear us tell stories of our younger days and to learn songs played by Unky Ray and Grandma.

P.S. I'd love to show pics of the wedding, but I don't have any to share. It was the bomb and it was blessed from begining to end!