Holiday Inn Express - Sault Ste. Marie
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So we left Mississauga at about 1pm and travelled a little over 8 hours to get to our first pit stop on the Road to Calgary: Sault Ste. Marie.
What I saw on the way: Hawks, cranes, horses, cows, and amish horse-and-buggies travelling alongside us! Oh, and lots of trees and rocks. LOTS. Stopped at tim hortons twice. COFFEE IS ESSENTIAL …
... I took Indy and followed the Coastal Alvar Trail until it met the Misery Bay trail. The trail was almost completely flat stone (instead of dirt), and the trees gave way to barren clearings every so often, again marked by large expanses of stone. At the water's edge of Lake Huron, I wandered around the beach flats for a bit. The sand was alternately perfect beach sand and very sticky mud that gave way easily underfoot. Indy got stuck at one point... see the photo of ...
This morning came and and it was 50 degree, cloudy and spritzing. I cleaned the motorhome and we decided to ride around and over the bridge to St Ignace. It was deserted so we decided to drive up today to see the locks.
Another boring trip with no towns to go thru or billboards until we got close to Sault Sainte Marie. It was still drizzling when we stopped by the welcome center. They directed us to the Corp ...
... and saw The Big Nickel! That was basically the sightseeing highlight of the day. Hoping to get some pretty views tomorrow. I should have a bit more time to look around tomorrow anyway as it's a slightly shorter driving day.
Nothing too exciting. Turning in early so I can get an early start in the morning!
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... Mackinac Bridge for an annual walk across the five mile suspension bridge. We arrived after everyone had finished and were leaving....lucky again. We jumped on the next jetboat ferry out to Mackinac Island in the Straits. Mackinac is an idyllic spot, requiring visitors to use bicycles or horse drawn carriages to travel around the island. The Grand Hotel on the island has been an icon for travelers since the ...
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