AmericInn Lodge & Suites Iron River
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We continue to make our way east, next stop the Upper Peninsula of the state of Michigan to the city of Marquette. The population was 21,355 at the 2010 census, making it the most populated city of the UP. Note: the entire UP only has a little over 311,000 residence. Marquette is a major port on Lake Superior, primarily for shipping iron ore (see picture below of train dock), and is the home of Northern Michigan University. In town we saw T- shirts and signs with "Yooper" ...
... a suction-like draft that drug us perilously close to being smashed. I could almost feel the bark on the tree trunks scrape my left arm as they careened past us. This was insane! I was frazzled after my first hour in the saddle. I imagined the truckers were screaming, "What is that idiot doing on this road! They are going to get killed!"
I foolishly endured this dangerous hell for 45 miles before meeting up with my savior, Maura, ...
After a relaxing day off in Phelps I left town before sunrise. I was chomping at the bit to exercise my fresh legs, knowing that I would soon cross into Michigan. Today's ride looked to be a rather easy 65 miles over gentle rolling terrain to Sagola, MI. The route ...
... of sportsmen fishing, hunting, cross country skiing and snowmobiling represented the lifeblood of these remote Wisconsin towns. Kathy told me that last winter was the coldest in ages, it was -30 degrees for weeks on end. It was so frigid, the snowmobilers and outdoors men stayed home and all the businesses suffered through their worst ...