The Lake Huron shore here at P.H.Hoeft State Park looks remarkably like the Gulf shore in Pinellas did years ago. But when we engage other senses, there are significant differences. First is the absence of the saltwater smell, and then there’s the distinct temperature difference!  Unlike the Gulf which is often as warm as bath water, this is chilly as one of the mountain streams at Tween Creeks. We enjoyed wading but only up to our ankles. Perhaps at midday when it’s warm and sunny, a swim would be refreshing but right now it’d be a much too chilly prospect! Another stark difference is the pebbles along the shore instead of seashells! A most refreshing experience for these Gulfcoast Kids!




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All Because of an Eclipse

All Because of an Eclipse

It was a fabulous opportunity to not only view the 2024 Solar Eclipse from within the path of totality but also to enjoy a five day weekend with friends from the T@B trailer community at Ohio’s East Harbor State Park on the shore of Lake Erie.