I am pretty sure that none of these signs were meant for me, only hoodlums and hunters.
I again found myself headed north this week. A lot of times I base my decision on the weather, but most of the time it is wherever pops into my head.
I started out on M-120 just north of Muskegon, but was quickly diverted by a Street Sign that said River Road.
I have to say that River Road was quite a disappointment since I never saw even a glimpse of the river. When I came to the intersection of River Road and Holton Duck Lake Road, I had serious doubts about any Duck Lake. Being the ever adventurous one though, I thought I give it a try. Holton Duck Lake Road did not let me down.
This was also the perfect spot for my weekly Chai Latte cup shot.
Once back to M-120 headed towards Fremont, I passed this lovely barn. Not one to let a good barn get away, I turned around to get a photo of it.
Fremont is home to Gerber Baby Food.
Glen's parents use to camp in nearby Newaygo. When we went up to stay with them for the weekend, we would often go in to Fremont to the Walmart because we forgot something or there was an awesome pizza place downtown.
I did go to my first Estate Sale while I was in Fremont.
Basically what that taught me was...what I consider a treasure, my family will not. Also do not hang on to 1970's style clothing and purses, they are not going to come back into fashion. Although they did have some great vintage children's books. I did not buy any though because someday they will just be in my Estate Sale.
Disappointed in Fremont's offerings for the day, I figured I would head toward the campground where Glen's parents use to camp.
County Road B35
I had great success with County Road B15 last week, and B35 did not let me down either.
I am thinking this is an old schoolhouse, because of the playground equipment, but it could have been a church as well I guess.
The windows were too high for me to see inside.
And there was NO way I was crawling down through this window.
This fence was so lovely in the side yard.
As I turned around from taking this picture, my heart did a somersault and a YEEK! escaped my lips, I was staring into the lifeless eye of a dead deer. Glad I saw that after I got my fence photo.
I continued on B35 towards Coopersville. I did not have expectations for anything else for the day, but I was getting hungry and knew I could find some lunch there.
Of course once I got to Coopersville the lunch plan was delayed for a while when I came across this treasure...
Joining Helen for her Weekend Walk party.