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... The other four times were in Michigan over the last two days. Each time, the Michigan Department of Public Works saw fit to announce this important passage. It's the halfway point between the Equator and the North Pole (did you know that? I didn't). We crossed it in Wisconsin this afternoon and the only demarcation was the 44th Parallel Winery. Wisconsin is clearly much less impressed with it's singular geography.
I stopped in Sturgeon ...
After spending a few days in Chicago we were happy to arrive at Peninsula State Park. We couldn't have asked for a better campground with the park having a site right on Lake Michigan. Shortly after making dinner on our first night we were surprised when a park ranger drove around the campground announcing severe thunderstorm. We wisely moved to cover in the bathroom becoming concerned when the park ranger drove by again to announce a tornado warning was in affect. ...
... 8217;s borders, only a handful are easily accessible to the public. The county also has many accessible bays. The most famous are Sturgeon Bay, Egg Harbor, Fish Creek, Sister Bay and Washington Island.
During our stay, we plan to shop, kayak in Whitefish Dunes State Park, bike in Peninsula State Park, tour Washington Island and have lunch on the water in Sister ...
... the farmers markets since cherries were still being harvested. This is also one of the biggest cherry-producing areas. We left Door County going down the eastern side through Jacksonport, Algoma, Kewaunee, Two Rivers, and after Manitowoc got on I 43 through Sheboygan and Milwaukee. From there it was all interstate around Chicago and onto I 65 down through Indianapolis. We were again appalled at all of the ...
... the increase in flames causes a boilover. The fish oils spill over
the side of the pot and the fish is done. The fish chunks remain whole
and firm. Chefs usually drip melted butter over the fish before serving.
The dish is known locally as "poor man's lobster."" (Wikipedia)
We enjoyed participating in the local tradition.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking