I want to take a minute to thank you guys again for taking time to read these blogs weekly ,today I want to change it up a bit and get to know you guys and get your opinions on different vacations. Hearing your ideas and input may help me better understand you as my readers.
Most of you know that we are a Michigan based company with that in mind my family and I are looking to take a Pure Michigan trip. Meaning we want to go somewhere north, south, east, and west. We will be taking our daughter Erin who is almost 2 years old for part of the trip and we need some ideas on where to go!
So far with Erin we were thinking about taking a trip north to the bridge and do a little site seeing and possibly visit Macinaw Island. On our way up north we want to stop and do a few things before we get there, because we want the journey to be as much of an adventure as the destination. We’re just not too sure what is kid-friendly and this will be our first family trip since Erin’s been born so we need a little help on what to do and see while we are traveling around Michigan with a two year old.
The good news is we no longer have to plan our trips with cigarette breaks. Switching to A Clean Cigarette has not only given us more $$ to work with, it allows us to enjoy our time with Erin, without risking her health to second hand smoke exposure or having to interrupt our family time just to get in a nicotine break.
We plan on dropping Erin off back at home half way through the trip and finishing with just Randi and I, so any adult based activity ideas are also appreciated. In the past we have traveled to Cedar Point every summer so we’re possibly thinking about doing something a little different. We have also stayed at a bed and breakfast in Mount Pleasant which was a little different! Haha! So please feel free to share your family vacation photos with us on our Facebook page and help me out with some ideas for us to do this summer! I look forward to getting to know you!
To get the photo sharing going here are a couple of family photo’s with you. 🙂