Au Train Lake B&B & Cottage
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... I talked to the locals and found out the following: A Yooper is a common term for residents of the Upper Penisula of Michigan. It is derived from the initials U.P. which is pronounced you-pee. U.P. stands for Upper Peninsula, as opposed to the lower peninsula of Michigan. Yoopers make fun of Trolls. Trolls are from 'down below', referring to lower Michigan. Yoopers come from above the bridge, referring to the Mackinac Bridge, which separates upper Michigan from lower ...
... 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 ...
Packed our bags and loaded cars to head to the Upper Peninsular. Took 4 cars to Tom's house in Menominee. He lives on the Menominee River with a fabulous view across the water. A quick tour around his property and lunch before we took 3 cars further north to Munising.
We stopped at Wagner Falls for a quick walk to the rather pretty waterfall. Some of the trees are starting to turn colour. Mostly they are just one tree that is different coloured.
We drove through ...
... south of Shepherd . . . oh, you do know where Alma is!! I asked her if she remembered the flame on the old refinery (it is now gone) . . . and she did. I told her that the address of the farm where I grew up . . . was Edmore . . . and she said: her roommate is from . . . EDMORE! Mike would have loved all of this . . . he was a believer in six degrees of separation!! Nick would have, too, because Nick and our Dad worked in Alma for 30-40 years! But, ...
... 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 ...