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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The trip from Moyra and Dave's, where
Cindy stored her car for the summer, to Wisconsin requires an
overnight stop; Bobbers Motel fits the bill and is just east of the
Soo. To overcome my typical two hour wait at the border, I left
earlier than Cindy the next morning. Guess what – with construction
by the border crossing, I got waved through once they ...
We spent 2 days in Iron Mountain, Michigan. It is a nice little town with connections to Henry Ford, lumber for transporting cars and Kingsford, charcoal. The town is really split in 2, Iron Mountain and Kingsford with the total population of 16,000. We went to Pine Mountain Ski jump and hiked up the 500 stairs. It was a nice stress test!! The ski jump is one of the largest artificial ski jumps in the USA.
Thursday was a beautiful day with plenty of sunshine and ...
... learning how to jump. It also features Willie Erickson at age 9.
While at the ski area we also went to the ski lodge restaurant where they house the plaques and pictures for the Upper Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame which features athletes whose achievements in sports have brought distinction to themselves and enduring pride and inspiration to the entire U.P. community. It ...
Wow, what a day. It was suppose to rain all day, but our luck held out. We went to Chuck's great grand parents farm. As a kid he spent his summers there, swimming, fishing and hunting. Then as an adult him and his first wife, Renee and the girls spent 7 years living there. The Farm is in the Upper Peninsula, Michigan between Iron River and Crystal Falls. He moved from the Farm over 30 years ago and needless to say many things ...
... with sufficient sunlight, and I do not envy myself six months ago, living most of my life in darkness. Frankly, I'm glad I survived. A morning like that will make up for any remains of the day, but today followed suit. Sun and trees all day made for easy pedaling, and before I knew it I was at my destination, Crystal Falls MI. It is a quaint little town built on a hill, the first of its kind I've seen in some time. The downtown area slopes downward, similar ...