Scott's Superior Inn & Cabins

Address: 22554 Lakeshore Road, Ontonagon, Michigan, 49953, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 22554 Lakeshore Road, Ontonagon, is near Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park, Presque Isle River, Summit Peak, and Main Overlook.
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      A travel blog entry by boxkip71 on Sep 23, 2014

      ... which are extremely dangerous for your health. These components can improve the chances of cancer. Moreover, smoking is all regarding inhalation in fire. This exercise can influence of lungs and neck badly. Another point you need to understand is in which incineration can demolish a big portion of ingredients contained in herbs. Smoking can destroy the flavors and natural aroma of herbs. So, it is advisable to prefer ...

      Day 8: In which I meet a stinkbug

      A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Sep 07, 2014

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      ... away from the dock, we all wave goodbye to Ranger Valerie. I’m pretty sure it’s part of the rangers’ job description to wave goodbye to the tourists. My can of ginger ale starts to roll across the deck, and it’s while I’m trying to figure out how to keep it in one place that I notice a green stinkbug on Julie’s jacket.

      In the woods, this would be no big deal, but this bug is now in human territory. Julie ...

      Day 7: Zero Day!

      A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Sep 06, 2014

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      ... Let’s go look for moose again.” Everyone agrees this is a good idea.

      After hiking all of the Nature Trails twice today, I think I know them by heart, but I’m wrong and manage to lead us onto the Feldtmann trail instead. By the time we make it back to the area where Zan saw moose last night, it’s starting to get dark. We’re hiking along the top of a slope, and below us in the ravine we hear some ...

      Hike Day 6: In which the Minong whups me

      A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Sep 05, 2014

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      ... the shelter trying to find the source of the odor. “I found it,” she says eventually, coming out of the shelter with her finger in the air. Back on day two of the hike, she scraped her finger when she fell, and now it is infected. “Want to see?” she asks, waving the gangrenous appendage in my direction.

      “Ug! No! Get it away from me!” She just laughs and asks for the first aid kit.

      “Let’s go to the store,” she ...

      Hike Day 6: The Minong vs the Tough Mudder

      A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Sep 05, 2014

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      ... guide gives us more landmarks to work with: two beaver dams, one at about mile 5 and another at about 6, which roughly correspond to the location of the creeks on the map.

      Lastly, I can gauge the distance we’ve traveled by how long we’ve walked. I hike through this kind of terrain at about a mile and a half an hour, so when we leave the campground at 7:30, I figure we should hit the first creek or beaver dam at a little before 11.

      A short distance into our ...