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After Lambeau Field we continue north in Michigan's Upper Peninsula visiting a few more lighthouses and do the Marshland Wildlife Drive in the Seney Wildlife Refuge. We then proceed on our way to Grand Marais MI.
... has to offer. On the other end of the park is Grand Marais, which reminds you of a small fishing village back in time. The general store we visited there had everything from coffee to fishing supplies, to food, camping supplies and even video rentals. The owner told us that the store saved many residents during some very rough winters. Reminds you of the way towns and its key businesses used to be before the big-box stores came and took them ...
... being after the camping season...in most places, this place has a lot of RV's parked here. I sure wouldn't want to be in a tent up here...way too cold! Tomorrow will be a long day as it may take about 9 hours to get to Bracebridge, our first destination. We will be there for a few days before moving on to who knows where...probably to Nicholston Dam near Alliston for a couple of days while we queue up the rest of our visiting time... More ...
... daytime visibility.In 1923, the U.S. Coast Guard built a rescue station at Whitefish Point and continued to staff the light station until its automation in 1971.In 1973, Whitefish Point Light Station earned listing on the National Register of Historic Places and a state historical marker in 1974.Fans of maritime lore may best know Whitefish Point for its connection to the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald in 1975. ...
... d planned to stay with Kelli’s brother, Tom, and his girlfriend, Megan. We had to wait on Tom to finish work so we had a walk around Presque Isle Park. With clear views of the blue waters of Lake Superior, snow-lined shores, rugged forest, and pristine air, the reserve made for a beautiful walk.
The most populated city in the Upper Peninsula, Marquette ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilltop cabins Grand Marais
An old cabin that my wife would not take off her shoes as the carpet was filled with stains. What a joke for a continental breakfast . First it's located above a garage, second if you wanted coffee you had to brew it yourself after you've cleaned the pot, third you had a loaf of bread so you could make some toast, fourth there were two bananas there (there are 15 cabins) and fifth two kinds of cereal with plastic silverware that is reused. Disgusting to say the least. Stay somewhere else.
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