Travel Blogs from Paradise
... It is frustrating as we have a number of people we need to contact. It's times like this one realizes how 'plugged-in' our lives have become.
We need to put some miles behind us so, with only short breaks we keep moving. I was driving when we spotted a moose by the side of the road and I pulled over to take photos. Glad it was me behind the wheel as I got a couple of good ...
Arrived at Pukaskwa National Park in
the rain and setup at a nice campsite. Still had coffee outside the
first morning using the awning to stay dry. Tag, our new used camper,
works well when the weather is ****** outside – lots of time for
Scrabble. The weather is cold enough near Lake Superior that the
dreaded Black Flies have not appeared yet plus the mosquitoes are
only a minor irritant.
Snagged a site on the beach – what a
wonderful surprise this was and definitely won't happen on our
return. It is great having coffee and morning shakes here – life is
a beach :)). Ice floes are still visible in Lake Superior and small
birds are flitting about while the Turkey Vultures are cleaning up
... heroic rescues for little pay. It is amazing the number of people they saved with very rudimentary equipment which is a testament to the type of man the profession attracted back then and even today.
The main museum contains exhibits that include salvaged mementoes and parts from at least a half dozen shipwrecks on the Great Lakes dating back to the 1800'sand includes the Edmund Fitzgerald. This boat, which sank in 1975, actually sits officially ...
Tahquamenon Falls State Park near Lake Superior..Amazing park… best of the best so far.
On the way to the park we stopped at Point Iriquois Lighthouse on Whitefish Bay, Lake Superior. Early 1800's and one of the few remaining to have a resident caretaker.
We had really nice sites, large and lucky, again to be next to our friends, Ken and Denise. They have an ...
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8112 N M123, Paradise | Hotelfrom $110