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Calling it a day in IRON country. After a cruise along the coast of Lake Michigan with Deb driving the RV, we settled into a nice little campsite in the town of Iron River, situated of course along the Iron River, and located somewhere in between Iron Mountain and Ironwood. Ironically, this area was known for its iron mines...which are all now ...
... at her
land on the Thursday before the Memorial day weekend. Therefore I
set-off for The Soo on Wednesday to crash at the local Walmart for
the night; a busy place with truckers (read noisy) who keep their
rigs running while they sleep.
Anyway, up before dawn, I visited Tim's
before the border crossing at 5:30. The Soo border Nazis ...
... br> passport four times and had a mini-online conference with someone
upstairs. I am hoping that this is a good omen for future crossings.
I meandered through Michigan's Upper
Peninsula where the fall colours were at their peak then stopped for
breakfast and a little while later, another stop for wine and beef
jerky in Marquette. Also filled up the ...
... 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 ...
... fishing while I did more of the reading, but we both happy doing we what we love most! Over the course of our trip, Scott caught several bluegill, bass, and an northern pike. I only caught 2 bass and 1 bluegill, but I was satisfied with the couple of ...