Days Inn of Marquette
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... green color and how clear Lake Superior is.
Of course, with a rocky beach, we had to end our stop with rock skipping.
The drive through the park was very nice. There are a lot of pullout areas
and picnic tables. There seems to be a lot of walking trails too.
... and Todd and I think they are just so cool. I tried to research on Google if there was a benefit to vertical vs horizontal and I never really found an answer. Is it cultural? You see the odd one in Saskatchewan but it is rare. Back in Sault Ste. Marie to cross the International Bridge back into Michigan. We left Todd watching (napping) the ships at the Soo Lock while we explored a few shops on Water Street on the U.S. side of Sault Ste. Marie. Went thru a ...
... to be working out nicely.
We stayed at Country Village RV Park....very spacious sites. Here's our view.
Like I said....we just poked around a bit. Went for a couple of runs...drove around some. Nice, small ...
After a nice long sleep in our tent in Hiawatha Natl Forest of Michigan's Upper Peninsula, we are on the road again, and just in time. We missed the rain by about 20 minutes. It raining now, with no hopes of clear sky in sight. It's a perfect driving day to get more miles behind us. We are now at 1103 miles and GPS says 467 miles to go! Mara and are getting a chuckle out of UP MI convenience store supplies....about a dozen different kinds of whiskey ...
... I talked to the locals and found out the following: A Yooper is a common term for residents of the Upper Penisula of Michigan. It is derived from the initials U.P. which is pronounced you-pee. U.P. stands for Upper Peninsula, as opposed to the lower peninsula of Michigan. Yoopers make fun of Trolls. Trolls are from 'down below', referring to lower Michigan. Yoopers come from above the bridge, referring to the Mackinac Bridge, which separates upper Michigan from lower ...