Crossing the bridge into Michigan from Canada gave me the vapors. As you can see by the pictures, you are in the right lane, high up and surrounded by trucks. Relieved to make it across without incident. Our drive was 3 1/2 hours with a partial fill up for gas.Our rental car in Toronto was 75L or 20Gal. Cost $100 to fill up at $1.30/L.Don't know how Canadians afford the expensive gas.
Food was also more expensive. Still in all we enjoyed our 2 month visit to the Atlantic Provinces. We especially liked Quebec City and Nova Scotia.
|Crossing into USA|
|St Clair River Port Huron|
|Back in USA|
The KOA is around 5 miles from Port Huron. Upon arrival we asked if we could have a pull thru since the car is still disabled. They gave us a very nice site until Friday and then we move to a backin. This campground has everything in way of sports, activities,rental equipment, store, several eateries etc. It is unlike and probably the nicest KOA we have stayed. Staff very friendly and our mail was awaiting us. They are rather full with over 300 sites including cabins and tent sites. Many families and the kids do not lack for entertainment. They have a pizza and ice cream parlor of which we partook for dinner.
|Shops and Pizza Parlor|
|Train around Campground|
|4 Wheel Rentals|
|Opera House, Western Store ETC|
John spend most of afternoon installing kit to bypass the anti theft system and campground loaned him battery charger. Unfortunately, car still not operating. Guess we rent another car as there are fort sights in area we want to visit.
Hopefully when we get to Decatur,IN to have work done on motorhome, we can find a dealer familiar with problem.
This is first major problem in 45,000 miles of travel we have had.