Today was burrito day. We had egg and sausage burritos for breakfast and steak burritos for dinner. In between we went for a bike ride.
We started at Presque Isle again. Then we headed to downtown Marquette. This was a funny moment because Scott heard me say, “Let’s keep biking.” What I heard me say was, “I’m hungry, can we eat soon.” So when I saw us ride around Marquette and start to ride out of Marquette I asked if we were going to eat soon. We were on a hunt for a pasty.
After a quick stop to check the map, we rode up a giant hill and took a very lovely tour of every side of the dome and finally made it to Jean Kay’s Pasties.
We had an extremely nice view of the dome from the deck of Jean Kay’s where we ate our steak, potato, and rutabaga pasties.
We discovered the pasties tasted even better with the homemade jalapeno sauce. The service here was exceptional. Pasties are definitely not Scott’s favorite, but he smiled through my requested lunch anyway.
We were just relaxing around the campfire and Scott decided it was a good time to go with our camp neighbor, Monica, and her dog Sadie, to Dead River Falls.
The climb required some large steps up and Scott was enjoying making fun of my current old lady hip popping in and out issues. He was demonstrating how to walk up the hill. Even Sadie was looking at Scott wondering why he was so silly looking. He made us laugh as did Sadie running through the trees as if she were turbo charged on life.
After our hike and enjoying the falls we headed back to our campground and made a blueberry cobbler.
Monica, her two cats Cotton and Sugar, and her dog Sadie, joined us around the fire for a perfect ending to the evening.
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