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... me. I fought to stay on the road's shoulder as the logging trucks roared by. I was nervous about the dangerous conditions, so I pulled over several times hoping to wait out the storm. The relentless downpour did not let up. My hands and feet were numb from the cold so I kept ...
... the low 70's. We really enjoyed the day!!
The campground is very nice and reminds us of our Salt Spring days. Lots of permanent residents, at least for the winter, and many of the spaces on the Menominee River, The river is very nice and we were on the Michigan side, the other side of the river is Wisconsin.
Tomorrow we move on to ST, Ignace, MI., where they are having a big car show and Mackinac Island which is only accessible by ferry. Should be a great ...
... greats such as Tom Izzo and Steve Mariucci.
Iron Mountain is another town with strong mining roots but it appears to be struggling a little, identified by the closed up shops on Main Street. However, we enjoyed our stay at the River Bend which sits on the Menominee River, got some geocaching in and would recommend a visit to the city if you are in the U.P. Tell them "Willie sent ...
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 ...
... sun is just right to pierce your soul (riding east). It penetrates your skin. You can smell it, see it, and you let it take over and pedal in your stead, like you are being ferried by a solar powered you. I truly believe that humans photosynthesize just like plants. Of course, innumerable evidence indicates that humans need sunlight; they give people in the arctic circle UV visors to wear during the winter months to combat depression. I believe our bodies are ...