Ashland Lake Superior Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 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 ...
... walked around, and took a group picture on the deck on the beach.
Second stop - Tahquenamon Falls - just beautiful! Mosquitos are very abundant up here this year.
Third stop - Lunch in Grand Marais overlooking Lake Superior. Had lunch at the new Stonehouse Bakery. It took them a long, long time to serve us all as the place had only been open for a few weeks, and a group of 13 ...
... A lady in one of the stores said it warms up in July and August to 85, it was 55 today. I wonder if she realized that there were only 7 days to July:))
I am writing this at 8 at night and it is 50. Probably be in the mid 40's tonight. Tomorrow we head over to Iron Mountain, Michigan for a few days. Hopefully to sunshine and warmer ...
We had a nice drive on Sunday to Bayfield, WI, The drive reminded us of some of the roads in Alaska. Bayfield is a tourist town with a population of less than 500, located on Lake Superior the largest of the Great Lakes with over 37,000 square miles. Also located here is the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, which consists of 21 islands off the coast of the Bayfield Peninsula.
We are really enjoying our visit and took a ...
... 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. ...