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After almost 8 hours on the road we finally made it to Escanaba and our lodging for the night: Sunset Lodge, an independent locally owned motel. They were very welcoming of us and our hounds. A late night bite at Hudsons Bar and Grill and fast asleep. The next morning we woke and did some work before hitting the road around 10:30a to St ...
... and Stephanie have spent the last ten years expounding to anyone who will listen about the awesomeness that is a true Yooper pastie. Containing meat (traditionally beef, but also chicken), and a variety of vegetables like rutabaga and onion, and wrapped in a pastry shell, the pasty (pronounced "pass-TEE") is the national dish of the 51st state. One of the great debates (on par with the New Mexico debate about ...
... br> Lots of walking involved as we toured the old buildings and factory but a gorgeous day to do it. The place would have been better served by having more complete signage around and a few rangers to answer questions.
Fayette Historic Townsite is located in the Upper Peninsula of ...
... We had haircuts, loaded up on supplies from Walmart, had egg rolls from the Chinese carryout, a pizza from Pizza Hut and I had my busted bike computer replaced at Mr. Bike-Ski-Fitness. We stayed at The Hiawatha, a cheap run down motel in town. Unfortunately, the hotel had a plumbing issue resulting in no hot water. But I slept like a baby, knowing that the rest of the bike route through Michigan would be logging truck free.
... decadent. Took several road trips along the coastline with Robin and Steve and stopped at different sites of interest. Farmer's markets are terrific in this area-full of fresh vegetables, flowers, decadent baked items and local craftsmen. Picked up organic cherry bratwursts to try at some point during our trip. Brats, beer, and cheese are the rage in this part of the US. Had a great time. Always sad to say goodbye, but we have other roads to travel. Life is ...