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... unique experience that cannot be seen anywhere else in the United States! The Locks consist of two canals and four locks that allow vessels of many types/sizes to safely traverse the 21-foot drop in elevation of the St. Mary’s River between Lake Superior and Lakes Michigan and Huron. From viewing decks, you can watch "Lakers" and "Salties" (ocean-going vessels) as they travel the seaway between ports and navigate the rise/drop of the water levels.
... the route through Fort Francis was much more scenic, and there were A LOT of trucks. Thunder Bay on a rainy night may not show it's best attributes, but after a long day we were ready for bed. Swirling white fog and more rain led the way this morning as we skirted the elusive Lake Superior towards Sault Ste Marie. According to the GPS we were right beside it, but the fog ...
... before. It may be true of Sudbury as well but was less obvious to me.
After our afternoon walk we hit the road for our stop in Marathon. Since it is unseasonably cold we are debating weather to camp or motel it in Marathon.
Like Sudbury, Sault Ste Marie has a beautiful boardwalk, this one along the river and the locks.
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... time at the golf course across the road from the campground. It is the Sault Ste Marie Golf and Country Club which sounds fancy but it was a pretty basic golf course (albeit with a pool). Bob had packed his clubs and the golf bag carrier for the bike so we headed over. We got a cart and just shared the clubs. I started off fairly strong with some good shots but then got tired and started making ...
... point, I saw a car up ahead pull off of the shoulder back onto the road... while braking for them, I saw why they had stopped: a huge flock of sandhill cranes were milling about in a farmer's empty field. I pulled over and took a couple photos from the car. (Later on, I also saw about 3 times this many on the North Shore of Lake Huron on my way to the border.)
Misery Bay was deserted. While I met a couple in the parking lot, I never saw another soul on my ...