Red Fox Inn

Address: 800 E. M-94, Gwinn, Michigan, 49841, United States | Inn
 
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This inn is located on 800 E. M-94, Gwinn.
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Travel Blogs from Gwinn

A visit to Presque Isle in Marquette

A travel blog entry by alwweb on Aug 05, 2015

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... green color and how clear Lake Superior is.
Of course, with a rocky beach, we had to end our stop with rock skipping.

The drive through the park was very nice. There are a lot of pullout areas
and picnic tables. There seems to be a lot of walking trails too.
Ann ...

Hello Michigan....again

A travel blog entry by bendtla on Jul 23, 2015

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... 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 ...

Leaving UP, MI just in time

A travel blog entry by mountaingirlz on Jun 30, 2015

... new stand with newspaper and three different kinds of gun magazines and lots of Jesus tshirts. There are also well-marked snowmobile trails, complete with their own red octagonal mini-stop signs. Little to no cell phone service up here, but should be crossing into Wisconsin soon. Couldn't ask for better traveling companions! Girls are doing great. We are watching/listening to season 1 of Muppet show. Off we go again! Hope to be in Baudette ...

Yooper

A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey on Sep 17, 2014

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... I talked to the locals and found out the following: A Yooper is a common term for residents of the Upper Penisula of Michigan. It is derived from the initials U.P. which is pronounced you-pee. U.P. stands for Upper Peninsula, as opposed to the lower peninsula of Michigan. Yoopers make fun of Trolls. Trolls are from 'down below', referring to lower Michigan. Yoopers come from above the bridge, referring to the Mackinac Bridge, which separates upper Michigan from lower ...

3 hours off

A travel blog entry by tslatta on Sep 03, 2014

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... us to gooseberry jam and delish oatmeal cookies! (Note: flour from Bob's Red Mill in Milwaukie is used!!!). A road sign near Houghton, MI, referenced a 390" snowfall 35 years ago, and this last winter, they were below this record by just 3"!!! Hot and muggy days were rough with no AC, so appreciated Marquette's Ford dealer who fixed us ...