Upper Michigan Sanctuary

Address: FB: 186 Sawmill Road, Lake Linden, Michigan, 49945, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on FB: 186 Sawmill Road, Lake Linden.
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Travel Blogs from Lake Linden

Isle Royale National Park

A travel blog entry by tlgraetz on Aug 27, 2014

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... boots that had arrived January 7th via mail while hospitalized, we set out on a 2 mile hike. Superior vistas, rocky trails, wildflowers and solitude greeted us with every winding step. Every National Park is unique and Isle Royale did not disappoint. How blessed we are to be on this wonderful, magnificent journey in ...

Rest and Relaxation in the land of the YOOPERS

A travel blog entry by oregonnscaler on May 31, 2014

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... 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.
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The Northern Most Point of Michigan

A travel blog entry by louandpam on Oct 09, 2013

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... but the effort afforded a view back to the town and harbor and access to rustic beaches. Then we took the drive up Brockway Mountain for an overlook of the town, harbor and Lake Superior. Next we drove the Rt. 26 loop through Eagle River and Eagle Harbor. What’s interesting about this drive is the change from a very rough and rocky coastline reminiscent of Washington or Maine to a tranquil harbor town with sandy beaches that reminds you of ...

In the U.P. At Last!

A travel blog entry by louandpam on Oct 08, 2013

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... course was closed they offered their kids an experience of a lifetime. As they traveled they incorporated the places, cultures, and history of the places they visited into their kids' curriculum. What a wonderful experience for a child. We told them about geo-caching and how great it was for kids and the math and problem solving skills that could be learned from it and they thought it was a great addition to what they were ...

Rock hunting at abandoned copper mine

A travel blog entry by connieandjimmer on Sep 12, 2013

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... 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.
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