Grace Grange Lodge And Stable
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... Ore to the factories producing weapons and machinery necessary for WWII. The Hull in almost 2 inches thick. A 6" square sample weighed about 15 lbs. Truly indestructible. This remarkable ship served until 2006 and was decommissioned the same day that it's replacement was commissioned...Remarkably with the same name.
We have settled in for the night after a great dinner of local Brats, ...
To get to the U.S. at Sault Ste. Marie you have to take the International bridge over the St. Marie river which is where Lake Superior dumps into Lake Huron. The Canadian Shield has been replaced by a bit of farmland, but the trees are still plentiful, I even saw a maple syrup farm. It's all about the bridges today! For a toll of $4 you get to cross the awesome Mackinac Bridge which takes you from St. Ignace to Mackinaw ...
... Now comes the good part. Tuesday we rode a ferry to Mackinac Island. It was unbelievable! The morning started out at 58 degrees so we had to layer our clothes to keep warm for the ferry ride and then the horse drawn carriage ride on the island. There are no cars or motorized vehicles allowed on the island. It was quite an experience seeing the horse drawn carriages doing jobs like cars and trucks would normally do. Jim was busy ...
... period, the land we know as Michigan was located near the equator. Covered by a warm, shallow, saltwater sea, the colonial coral hexagonaria percarinata thrived with other marine life in tropical reefs. The earth’s plates moved and pushed Michigan north to the 45th parallel and above sea level, which created dry land formations. ...
... t know if it might be a coyote or wolf. Later in the day, Nick sent me a message . . . that his neighbors confirmed that it was a grey wolf!!
We did see lots of chipmunks, squirrels . . . and a deer that makes regular visits (they call her Alice!).
As we approached The Mighty Mac, we couldn't get a pictured at some of the pullouts because of the fog. It didn't clear to get a good view until just we entered the approach!
We stopped ...