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A little after an hour an the road today and we made our first stop at
Presque Isle Park in Marquette.
We took the first parking circle off to the right and walked out on the
break wall. Except for all the tiny insects, it was a nice walk. I'm
constantly amazed at ...
We arrived this evening and checked into our really nice hotel. We then went back out to see if the visitor center was still open. It wasn't, so we went to check out a lighthouse, an old furnace at the Hiawatha National Forest, and a small town called Christmas. It was an enjoyable evening that ended with free pancakes at our hotel. ...
... in Michigan called "Christmas", not a very memorable town, but can you imagine having to tell people where your from? The Michigan 28 we travelled on is shrouded in spruce trees, they are beautiful, but thank God we get the occasional glimpse of Lake Superior and it's gorgeous beaches. The trees are beautiful but boring...maybe I am longing for the wide open spaces of home...... Marquette, Michigan for the night, tomorrow we will head to Grand Forks, North ...
... Center to Miners Beach. The brochure said 35.2 miles - Ranger math.
The packs weighed in at about 32 pounds before liquids. Essential equipment included:
2 one man "casket" tents
2 slumber Jack +20 bags, extra long.
3 ground cloths
one extra emergency tarp
Clothes (including rain coats and silk long ...
... br> The small town of Wawa was a very hospitable stop on the way, a local general store which offered a night stop free of charge together with drinking water and sanitary facilities - very traveller friendly indeed.
In addition, all visitor info centres along this route leave their washroom facilities open 24 hours.
All in all a great drive.
Other places to stay in Paradise
8112 N M123, Paradise | Hotelfrom $110