Sorry, this post was prepared several days ago, but was interrupted….
by a weak cell signal to upload these photos,
and then Ryan had another big seizure right at bedtime, squad took him and Robyn to the nearby hospital, Ross and I got up at 6 the next morning and picked them up, and we drove on our way to Pokagon State Park in Indiana. Ryan took another day to get all the ER meds out of his system, and he’s been sleeping it off for about 24 hours now. We’re adjusting his meds some more….
So, here’s the post that was ready to go, waiting for photos:
(Titled: This is a resort, not a campground!)
Missy, you were right: Maumee Bay State Park probably has no peer within 400 miles!
Your first clue…..as you drive up….is the golf course out front. Then *The Lodge* which is NOT done up in huge timbers and a shake roof. It is the headquarters for a resort and conference center. “Cottages”, along the shore but back in the woods on one side of the drive and backed up to the golf course on the other, could hold their own in a Colorado ski village. This park is modern, built from scratch in the 1970s over what used to be called Black Swamp.
The nice people here loaned us the huge golf cart for awhile today; it sure helped us cover some of the vast distances involved for proper exploration!