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We continue to make our way east, next stop the Upper Peninsula of the state of Michigan to the city of Marquette. The population was 21,355 at the 2010 census, making it the most populated city of the UP. Note: the entire UP only has a little over 311,000 residence. Marquette is a major port on Lake Superior, primarily for shipping iron ore (see picture below of train dock), and is the home of Northern Michigan University. In town we saw T- shirts and signs with "Yooper" ...
... to buy fruit and some nuts. Have bought Paula Red apples which are a little tart but nice to eat. Oranges are expensive and hard to find as it is the end of their season. Have found Chobani yoghurt - good for breakfast when self catering. Also found something called Kettle Corn but it still is not what we call Kettle corn but appears to be made in the same sort of machine - just do not put the same flavouring over it.
Took the twilight boat tour to Pictured ...
... considered to be sparsely inhabited but by our standards it was not. The small towns are quite large.
We have 2 little houses near the waterfront. We can see across Lake Superior to Grand Island. We are sitting drinking wine and beer. Wes is actually drinking Fosters - a present from one of the Kriewaldt cousins who thought he might be homesick for it. It is in a huge can - 750 ml and is brewed in USA. He has donated the rest of the cans to the family with whom we stayed!!!!
... painting- true to it's name. The cliffs had sea caves carved into them along with waterfalls and beautiful beaches. The lake water was so clear and blue. Truly a great afternoon. Off to Tahquamenon State Park tomorrow and camping at the Hemlock Lower Falls for 3 days. Many things to see in this area. We are looking forward to visiting the National Shipwreck Museum located at Whitefish Point. No WiFi here so will post this tomorrow. Life is ...
After a warm, cozy night sleeping in a real bed, we got on the road around 8:30 am est. We have a ways to go today to get to Bracebridge, but should be there just after suppertime. My mom has a roast out, as she does every time we come and if we are late we will probably get roast beef sandwiches...(Mom must have a freezer full of 'Guest Roasts' that she saves for visitors) By the way, the temperature this morning was a whopping 10c....so sleeping in the tent would have ...