Ramada Plaza Sault Ste. Marie Ojibway
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... unique experience that cannot be seen anywhere else in the United States! The Locks consist of two canals and four locks that allow vessels of many types/sizes to safely traverse the 21-foot drop in elevation of the St. Mary’s River between Lake Superior and Lakes Michigan and Huron. From viewing decks, you can watch "Lakers" and "Salties" (ocean-going vessels) as they travel the seaway between ports and navigate the rise/drop of the water levels.
Leaden grey skies and rain welcomed us to Ontario as we passed through Kenora, home of Husky the Muskie ( a sturgeon or Jackfish?). The scenic route wove a path around Lake of the Woods with over 17,000 islands that all seemed to have beautiful cottages, docks and every size and shape of water transport. Taking the northern trucker route to Thunder Bay was a little shorter but ...
... statue. Good food. We left in a driving rain, and I was already exhausted and SO ready to stop for the night, but we had a long way to go. I felt better after 3 cups of coffee and some poutine.
Today was not much of a sight-seeing day!
Tommorow, off to Luddinton, MI.
... a thing of beauty as were all the spring blossoms.
Continued on through Michigan to the Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse located at the foot of the Mackinac Bridge, where we were promptly attacked by five million gnats (that's an actual count). We survived only by covering every piece of skin. It was strange because they disappeared the closer we got to the water. The water, by the way, is the Great Lakes. Lake ...
... center where the observation desks are located.
We arrived at 12:30 and a ship was due to arrive at 1pm. Luckily the 3 story observation deck is covered and partially enclosed. The first type of locks were built back in the early 1800's when they let large canoe's thru but the first modern one was the Davis Lock built in 1914.
The 1000 foot ship was coming from Lake Superior (high side) to the lower ...