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AWELL-EARNED BREAK Looking Forward to Our Summer Travels
For my husband and I, the Fourth of July is almost always a day spent on the water. During the summer, we take every opportunity we can to get out on the boat. One of our favorite pastimes is floating
around water, boating, and various activities. Traverse City, as I’m sure you can guess, is more geared to the latter, but I’m sure it’ll be a blast for both of us. One of the locations I’m most excited to see is the famous Mackinac Island. We’re thinking we’ll spend a day eating some fresh seafood and take the ferry over to the island for a daytrip. I’m sure there will be some delicious fare to check out there, and I’m thrilled to get the chance to explore. If it’s anything like it looks in pictures, it’s sure to be a quaint, unique little place, steeped in history. “Luckily, it’s easy to find compromises: We’ll spend the day riding ATVs around the trails outside of town and the evening perusing the complexities of WWII in a historical tour. ”
around and indulging in a beverage or two. We usually spend our sunny days
out on the river not doing much of anything, but when the kids join us, it’s over to the lake by Brookville, Indiana, for some tubing and swimming.
But boating isn’t all that we’re excited about this July. At the end of the month, we’re finally taking a trip to Traverse City, something we’ve wanted to do for a long time.
My husband and I both love traveling, but we
approach it in very different ways. He’s a history buff, and anytime we spend a few hours in some museum recounting the granular nuances of this war or that,
No matter what we decide to do, it’ll be a welcome respite from the everyday hustle and bustle of work. Running your own business is an ongoing challenge, and we all need a break here and there. But I’ll be eager to get back to doing what I love: helping the fantastic people I call patients, co-workers, and friends.
he’s a happy man. As for myself, I’m more interested in day excursions and trying the delicious local food. Luckily, it’s easy to find compromises: We’ll spend the day riding ATVs around the trails outside of town and the evening perusing the complexities of WWII in a historical tour. And, obviously, we both agree on a few things. For instance, wherever there’s a zip line nearby, we’re sliding on down with the best of them.
- Kim Nartker
To serve our different interests, we make time for at least two vacations every summer, one with a historical bent and one more centered
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