So…we decide to have breakfast burritos again. What can we say, they were good. I loved that we were having vegetables on a daily basis, which is sometimes a camp luxury. We headed out to explore the campground we were staying at since it was the number three item listed for Marquette on Trip Advisor.
While we were out walking around Tourist Park Campground we came across some camp neighbors who were sifting through sediment looking for gold with some equipment right on their campsite. They shared with us some rocks they had found hunting for rocks in the area. Some of the rocks they found were Jaspilite, which led them to telling us about Jasper Knob. They gave us another adventure to head out on for another day. We decided it was time for us to head out of Tourist Campground in search of another campground closer to mountain biking.
This was the view from our rustic camp site in Rippling River. We had to hike everything about 150 yards from our car down a hill to our campsite, but it was a beautiful site.
Scott headed out on a bike ride while I read and relaxed. He took the red loop.
After Scott finished biking he joined me in the hot tub. We never ventured in the pool. There were only kids in the pool, but it was nice to look at.
The little vampires, mosquitos, were a little more intense at this campsite so Scott shared his bug net with me. Scott titled me the ghost of campfire present. We watched the sunset over the campfire and slept to the sound of the creek below and the eventual rain that barreled through the county.
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