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Travel Blogs from Wetmore
... has preserved the ships like the Bermuda which sank in a storm in 1870. It was a very interesting but chilly tour. It was hard to believe it was late June.
After a quick Pizza dinner, we boarded the Pictured Rocks Boat Sunset Tour Boat which left the dock at 7:30PM , cruising the waters close to Pictured Rocks ...
... there had been a billboard proclaiming it the best. It was quite big and lovely and they gave $10 free play to new members and and extra $10 to me for it being my birthday month. Probably I liked it so much as I left up $70. Lunch in Harvey and then into the "Soo" to see the locks. These are the American locks we saw; my recollection is that there are locks in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario as well. We visited them some 30 odd years ago ...
... black it was difficult to do. As we were driving out and thinking we would head down to Twelve Mile Beach campground we saw an overflow lot with no signs saying "no overnight parking". We knew it was a risk but we were tired and figured we would get up early and moved to Twelve Mile Beach before a Ranger wandered by. That was wishful thinking! At 7am we were woken to the sound of a vehicle and when we peaked out it was a park ranger, and ...
... Caribbean blue water. This happens to the rock because of the minerals that are infused into the rock meeting with the ground water trickling down from the cliff. Next we had dinner at a cafe and we talked and laughed enjoying our last dinner with Dietmar. Thank you for a wonderful time and you were a lovely guest! Come again! Love you! Another shout out to Teresa and Bob, our camp site neighbors, for kind word of encouragement and great camping spots! We hope your trip is going ...
... views and sensational sunset. Following the cruise, we picked up take-out pasties for supper on our way back to our campground. Pasties are a type of pie that miners used to take with them to work in their lunch buckets - filled with potatoes, rudabagas and meat- and are a specialty in Michigan's Upper Penninsula (UP)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking