Ashland Lake Superior Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Breakfast Available
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... to guide them into the west channel. The lighthouse opened in 1863 and housed up to three families. There was one piece of furniture inside that was an original piece, one that was there when the lighthouse opened. It was a clock - a necessity for flashing the light at the exact time it was supposed to in order to identify the island. I also learned that light houses may look similar to others nearby, but one may have stripes or some other design which is used ...
... of their free wifi. From there, we went across the street to the kayak tour place. I bought a souvenir map and a black bear sticker for my car (I'm still waiting to see the bear wandering on the island). Mirza got a couple of maps, a tee shirt, and he paid his half for the tour we'll be doing tomorrow. We asked the girl inside what she would recommend doing since we had the entire day just to explore the island. She pointed us toward a couple of trails and suggested we spend the ...
... his motorcycles and car, bought a mobile home, and he is now traveling with his girlfriend. How cool is that! It sounds exactly like what I want to do! We hung out for a little bit longer and then headed back to the tent. Now here I am, catching up on my blog (which I can't post until tomorrow because I have no service) while I play Indiana Mosquito Killer and listen to Mirza snore. And now I'm going to pee in the woods, because that's what you do when you camp. Until tomorrow! ...
... and got a scoop to sit out on the lawn to eat while we waited for the ferry to return. We both had a great day.
Friday, we started out for Marquette MI. Now, I need to tell you a little about our trip. Started out just like normal. We’re getting pretty good at getting the trailer tanks dumped and the inside ready to roll.
Now, Suzy and I love to do road trips and have taken our share ...
... Islands are now forested with no inhabitants except for 1, but come with a rich history of survivalists who tried to live thru the grueling 4-5 winter months. Several islands have sandy beaches at 250-500' high where the water level once was millions of years ago. The colorful caves make us wonder about their past. Town of Bayfield reminds us of Port Townsend, WA....fun quirky shops and eateries on the water's ...