Ojibwa Casino Hotel

Address: 797 Michigan Ave (Hwy M-38), Baraga, Michigan, 49908, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 797 Michigan Ave (Hwy M-38), Baraga, is near Alberta Village Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Baraga

Michigan Technological University

A travel blog entry by nbarber on Oct 02, 2015

1 comment, 12 photos

... in a nice grave yard that is well kept and that we know she is with a family that cared for her. Moving on - we drove through Calumet and stopped at an intriguing antiques shop! The first thing I spotted was a stack of what looked like sock darning mushrooms - Granny Barber used to put wooden mushroom-looking things into socks to darn them. The friendly man in the shop said that it was a collection of potato mashers. I never would have guessed! It was a treasure trove of ...

Calumet Theatre and Laurium

A travel blog entry by nbarber on Oct 01, 2015

17 photos

... I did think about my muffin all day yesterday), so had our delicious apricot muffins for breakfast. Mmmmm.... After pottering around in the morning, we decided it was time to do laundry - so drove to the laundromat opposite the theatre in Calumet. Whilst waiting for our clothes to wash, we went for a look-see in Calumet Theatre - which is attached to the town hall and includes an opera house (now a ballroom that Glen Miller's Orchestra have played in). ...

Exploring the old Allen & Wendel stomping grounds.

A travel blog entry by nbarber on Sep 28, 2015

32 photos

... faded markings, trying not to stumble over the overgrowth or headstones. On a mission, noticing that the markings were all in the 1800s, I walked deeper into the forest trying to find the 1900s and got separated from Jonathan. I started to get scared; wishing I was no longer in the graveyard, I imagined falling down a sunken grave or a skeleton hand grabbing my ankle from under the ferns or finding a gravestone with my name on it and today's date, so started plodding ...

MI Eta

A travel blog entry by muggins on Sep 27, 2015

9 photos

Quincy Mine Fun Facts: 1) Copper reserves Still 50% intact, lower 90 levels are flooded and too expensive to make more mining worth it 2) 1945 is the end of the peak 3) 45 degrees always at level 7 4) 90 degrees and 80% humidity at lowest level 5) Cost 13cents lb when the market was only 12 cents 6) These hills produced 1/3 global copper 7) There was talk of making the UP its own state 8) Mine was ol reliable ...

First Trip to Calumet

A travel blog entry by nbarber on Sep 27, 2015

32 photos

... or Boatman - so we will also look for that grave. The picture showed trees in the background - so it was a clue possibly. After breakfast - the three of us headed-off to Calumet with Jake and stopped at the Lakeview Cemetery. It is enormous and very beautiful and there are many trees. As there are a few trees in the photo, so we thought they would have grown and that they may be bigger, or older trees to lead us to the grave, but there was not. There is also a ...

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