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Travel Blogs from Newberry
We arrived just after a heavy rain storm, set up camp before dark and rushed off the the Brewery restaurant for supper before they stopped serving. Enjoyed two delicious beers with supper, a stout and then an amber red. Next day hiked to see the lower falls and then the upper falls which are the 2nd largest waterfalls east of the Mississippi River. The beautiful rust and golden colour is from all the iron.
... a really bad sore throat and head cold, so we cancelled our plans to drive up to Marquette to see old friends Dave & Pat, and to explore some of the things I'd read about in that area. We stayed home all day, until after dinner, when we went for a ride through Seney National Wildlife Refuge. Got lots of pictures, but our signal here is too slow to load any. :(
... operation since 1927 and is the longest 24-inch, narrow-gauge railroad in the U.S. The 45-minute ride took us through forests, the habitat of deer, black bear, moose, eagles, and sand hill cranes. I believe the only thing we did not see was a moose and I was a little surprised since Newberry is the Moose Capital of Michigan. At the end of the train ride, we were deposited at the dock on the Tahquamenon River for a 21-mile cruise to the falls on the ...
... doing. Right at the end of the lower falls area and the boardwalk, it turned into a traditional trail. With this, marked the end of the crowds. Not many people wanted to do the falls to falls trail. And it was not that easy for a walk by the river trail. Lots of ups and down with roots all over the place to try to trip you up. Along the river the trail was very small with high brush as if it was un-kept. It was a hot a humid day – for Michigan – so lots ...
From Traverse City to Curtis in the upper peninsula (UP)of Michigan. Nice scenic water drive. It's just what we needed. Traveled the Mackinac bridge on a beautiful day. They charged us $8 to get off the bridge and continue on the the UP. We chose a private campground. It was cheaper than the state parks (it is usually cheaper the other way around). We made sure to get a place on the water. The kids are so happy when they get to swim. They ...
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