Julie's Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Following a 4 hour trip across Lake Michigan on the Badger into Manitowoc, WI, a 5 1/2 hour drive north to Copper Harbor via No More Ties and a 3 1/2 hour Isle Royale Queen IV ferry on Lake Superior, we visited Isle Royale NP. Since arrival was at noon and departure at 2:45 we decided to hike the shortest trail, Stoll Memorial. Donning my ...
... city we made before we crossed over into Michigan. We did a little antique shopping and stopped in at a museum which was a converted CNW railroad depot. It had a nice mix of railroad memorabilia and community history stuff. Also found out about a nice hobby shop located about 10 miles south in Three Lakes, so we took a short detour to do some more shopping. Had a fairly nice selection of stuff, although a little thin in the N scale department.
... a great place for tents.
While packing up in Baraga we struck up a conversation with a family who was out for a walk with their kids. Turns out they were from Alberta Canada and owned a golf course. They had traveled a fair amount in a camper previously on family vacations. However, when we met them they were just a few weeks into a 6 month adventure, traveling the U.S. and homeschooling along the way. So while ...
... beaqring rocks in the refuse heap of an abandoned copper mine. A pretty unique experience and we can't wait to see what they find when they cut the rocks open in their studio. The sunset and the final rays of golden sunshine made some of the pine branches glow like burnished copper - truly magical.
The Keweenaw peninsula juts out from Upper Michigan into Lake Superior. On the way we passed through Hancock-Houghton which looked really interesting, worthy of much more than a pass through. There was a Finnish College there and a big river/canal going from one side of the peninsula (island?) to the other. It seemed to be old, with some history to it. Tonight ...