Northern Light Inn

Address: 701 Houghton Street, Ontonagon, Michigan, 49953, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 701 Houghton Street, Ontonagon, is near Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park, Presque Isle River, Summit Peak, and Main Overlook.
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Travel Blogs from Ontonagon

Oh what a beautiful morning...

A travel blog entry by rnrontheroad on Jul 26, 2015

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... of the road in a place called Warba, Mn for lunch. Not the best spot, but Ron needed a break. He has been doing all the driving and this morning, right off, we came through a construction zone or four, where there was no curb and the pylons were on both sides of us and it took a great deal of concentration to stay inside them for about 5 miles. So where we pulled if, right by the curb and in front of someone's house had such a slant to it that when we sat down to eat ...

Hello Michigan....again

A travel blog entry by bendtla on Jul 23, 2015

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... we were stopping after twelve hours. The bugger failed to mention the extra hour he snuck in because of the time change...well played Todd, well played... We briefly stopped in Sudbury today so that we could pay $5 to take our picture with the giant nickel. Sudbury is a major nickel mining city, it has a couple huge smelting companies, which explains why the surrounding hills of rock have a black coating. Eastern Canada barns are built with the boards ...

Day 2: Iron River, Michigan

A travel blog entry by brydebsimon on Jul 21, 2015

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Calling it a day in IRON country. After a cruise along the coast of Lake Michigan with Deb driving the RV, we settled into a nice little campsite in the town of Iron River, situated of course along the Iron River, and located somewhere in between Iron Mountain and Ironwood. Ironically, this area was known for its iron mines...which are all now ...

Touring the Islands

A travel blog entry by rosegeorge33 on Jul 01, 2015

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... of rum handy while they watched from the island as it burned. We passed so many islands, it was hard to tell them apart. They pretty much all look like green globs sticking out of bright blue water. We passed Manitou Island and I learned that Manitou means spirit. Then we saw Oak island where we got our first taste of sea caves. It wasn't very big, but Nick drove us into a small cave on the side of the island. He also pointed out a part of the island where ...

Cruisin' Around Madeline

A travel blog entry by rosegeorge33 on Jun 30, 2015

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... short but pretty. The water at the end was absolutely amazing. The way the shades of the water blend from clear to blue was absolutely incredible. It's nothing like the lovely brown water back in PA. We admired its beauty and then went back to the car. We drove all the way around the upper part of the island until we made it back to Big Bay State Park. We went to the overlook and then to the beach. I dug my toes in the sand and let the waves wash over my feet. I found a couple of ...