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... tomorrow, probably for a couple of nights. I think John wants to come out on the Port Huron side of Michigan. At any rate, the cell phone will go off as soon as we cross the border. I am hopeful that any campground we will be in will have wifi so that I can blog. Just send us an email if you need us and we will try to get back to you. Stay tuned for more adventures!
By the way, we drove all of 38 miles today. Is that long enough to qualify for a prize Frank ...
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... I really liked this ride as the roar of the falls got louder and louder the closer we got. Interestingly we saw a rusted out barge stuck on a rock just half a mile before the falls. Turns out this barge has been there for almost 100 years and the two people aboard were successfully rescued. We crossed over short bridges and past an old power station before getting to the main overlook with spray hitting us all over the place. Though it is a major touristy place, it is a must see place ...