Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Iron Mountain
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... to stay away from junk foodm don't allow it in the house! It is impossible to eat junk food if you don't keep it in your home. You should have your home filled with healthy food instead. Some great snacks to consume while you are watching what you eat include fruits and vegetables. You should not buy any foods that you are tempted to eat in excess. Common indulgences are chips, cookies and candy. Making ...
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 ...
... in Finland. Willie Erickson, an Iron Mountain native and owner of River Bend Campground, not only lived in Finland but married a woman from Narpes, the town my family hails from. And to boot, he is a 3-time U.S. National ski jumping champion and was a member of three U.S. Olympic Teams. .
The history of American Ski Jumping runs deep in Iron Mountain. A trip to Pine Mountain ...
... always loved the fall, but add the yellows, oranges, red's and greens and it really brings tears to your eyes. The joy of walking in the woods this time of year is totally magical.
So, for my sister Sandra - we took WI 32 North to Eagle River. East on 70 to 139 and when we crossed the border in Michigan it changed to 189. East on MI 424 passed George Youngs Golf Course and right on Pentoga Road.
Enjoy the colors!
It may have rained a bit during the night, but I woke to sunny skies, absolutely clear. This was not the forecast, which was one reason I was so happy to have had a place to sleep indoors last night. I woke before my alarm, looked outside, packed as fast as I could, wolfed down some cookies and a banana, and I was on the road in 20 minutes. I said before I began this trip that I knew what my greatest mental challenge would be. Among loneliness, boredom, and ...