Travel Blogs from Ironwood
Picked up chaps at Zip's Saw Elvis LOL On my way to Zip's had a couple of deer come out into the road. Thankfully the 2 bikes in front of me scared them off with their loud pipes. Guess I need some of those when I get back.
BTW doing major construction on the Mackinaw Bridge. Only one lane open.
Only a couple of hours of rain today so it was all good. 490 miles today
HEEEYY! So, we got up nice and early at 5:00am (not cool) and drove a ridiculous 14 hours, and have arrive right at the wisconsin/michigan border pretty much. We are all really exhausted and just ate and are in bed at 8:30 pm. The adventure begins again early tomorrow morning! I am getting more and more anxious to get there, and seeee what all the commotion is about!
... about an hour, and I was soaked. But as they say, you can only get so wet, so I rode another hour or so before stopping for breakfast. I soaked the chair and floor around me in the restaurant. It was a relatively short ride to the center from there, and I arrived here at 3pm. So here I sit, having taken over the entire bunkhouse by spreading my belongings all over the place to dry, leaving little room to walk. Somewhere on Moose lake road WI > Manitowish WI, 80 miles, day ...
... can’t begin to express how nice it felt to be surrounded by great friends once again.
We ended up staying in the boat house on Elizabeth’s family’s property. It was a structure with three slips for boats to dock underneath and basically a two bedroom apartment above. She was super hospitable and we are so fortunate to have met such a nice friend. Corey took us for a cruise down the chain of lakes to a tiki bar for ...
... Bar and Campground...so to register you literally go into the bar/restaurant and sign up. Very friendly people, good Wifi, but our phone service was iffy. The best part was the dogs could run free. We were the only camper in the park tonight. Behind us were roads and trails with lots of deer tracks. A nice place for an overnight. ...