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... changed from baths in the lake
to propane assisted solar showers.
Cindy's land is really peaceful for
camping and its great to watch sunsets, see bats and cooking over an open
fire. We visited friends and I eventually got to take Cindy out for a
belated birthday dinner – prime rib. Put the tarp up next to the
fire so we could stay warm, dry and ...
... Michigan, Lake Huron. We stopped in Munising along the 28 Highway to get some things to cook for dinner then we carried on along side Lake Superior where we found a nice scenic spot with a table so we could cook our dinner. There was a bit of fog hanging over the lake but it was still a beautiful evening.. We stopped for about an hour ...
... overwhelmed them. And, it put us behind another hour today.
Fourth stop - Sable Falls, also very beautiful.
Fifth stop - Miner's castle -my favorite stop. Overlook at the painted rocks cove. Gorgeous also.
We had 170 miles to go to get to Ironwood, so we had to boogie! Made it to the hotel at around 2000 hours (1900 local with the time change).
Approx. 400 miles ...
... all over town and didn't see much of interest. It looks like Ironwood is a dying town. The most exciting thing we found was the old train station. The Chamber of Commerce uses it for their offices, but that's about it. It's pretty sad. Today we crossed into the Central Time Zone. Just as we had finally gotten used to Eastern Time too. Tomorrow we're off the Duluth, MN. There is a very cool railroad museum there, so we expect to spend some time there before heading farther west. ...
... night we hung by the fire with our new friends, who we will continue to keep in touch with, and maybe even meet them out on the road during the year.
Unfortunately we missed a lot of what the Porcupines had to offer in the backcountry via backpacking, but the park is well worth a trip for anyone who is looking for remote wilderness, steeper terrain and beautiful waterfalls. We have already decided our next trip here will include a backpacking trip to more remote areas. ...