Algoma's Water Tower Inn & Suites
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- Indoor pool
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... perspective.) Geologically, it is part of the Canadian Shield but there is a stone that is unique to the area, and very abundant on the island referred to by locals as Puddingstone. It's technical name is jasper conglomerate and the stone was produced by the ice retreating causing chunks jasper and quartz to get jumbled up into other kinds of stone, producing the look of rice pudding with raisins in it.
... and don't be in a hurry, but do expect to get great home made food. They use real roasted turkey in their hot turkey sandwiches. They have the best date squares and pies anywhere! And that's saying something in an area where pies are a staple of all community events.
Marilyn and I are going to spend tomorrow visiting some of my old haunts on Saint Joseph Island and environs.
The Soo KOA is another great enterprise. ...
Happy Birthday Cyndi Ott! Our drive today started at 8am and we had a 6 hour drive ahead of us before arriving in Sault Ste. Marie on the U.S. side in Michigan. It's nice to be back in the states, it's amazing how disconnected you feel without cell service, especially when your traveling out in the middle of nowhere for hours at a time. The road coming into Michigan was quite windy and a bit tricky due to some construction that ...
... It's moderately hilly and hugs the lake for a good stretch east of "the Soo", as the town is referred to be locals. While driving north, the road passes by what seems like a thousand small lakes, inlets, and rivers. There's also plenty of rock formations to the side of the road, and almost all of them have at least one inukshuk in view of the road. These started out as Inuit guideposts, but they seem to have been turned into a kind of "Jerry was ...
... buggy. Not a very good day for photos or videos but managed a quick video of Old Woman Bay on Lake Superior. Passed a group of three old motorbikers.
Mist still hanging over the mountains as we pass Baldhead River (both had a laugh at the name) wipers on and just missed a cyclist on the bend. Driving through Lake Superior National Park and decide to pull off at Sinclair Cove in Agawa Bay for ...