Sault Sainte Marie Inn
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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 ...
... before. It may be true of Sudbury as well but was less obvious to me.
After our afternoon walk we hit the road for our stop in Marathon. Since it is unseasonably cold we are debating weather to camp or motel it in Marathon.
Like Sudbury, Sault Ste Marie has a beautiful boardwalk, this one along the river and the locks.
From the ...
... a very long ride.
My jeans under my Frogg Toggs got SOAKED! I didn't dry out at all today.
Rode 468 miles, and the last 25 or so was only scattered rain and sun. Finally got to see some of the coastline during the last hour.
Had lunch in Wawa at the place with the ...
We started the day in the little town of Frankenmuth Michigan, near Saginaw. The name attracted us more than anything else, along with the description on their website as being Michigan's "Little Bavaria." There were some interesting things to do but on the whole just too touristy for our tastes. Did ride a paddleboat along the Cass River and saw a peacock show his stuff, that was cool. The covered bridge, built in ...