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... br> passport four times and had a mini-online conference with someone
upstairs. I am hoping that this is a good omen for future crossings.
I meandered through Michigan's Upper
Peninsula where the fall colours were at their peak then stopped for
breakfast and a little while later, another stop for wine and beef
jerky in Marquette. Also filled up the ...
Got on the road jus after 7am this morning.. We were at the Sarnia boarder just before 10 o'clock and it was quiet busy so took us about 40 minutes to cross. The guy we had was surprisingly very nice and let us go rather quickly when he saw we had our green card already. We traveled up through Michigan, where the 3 Great Lakes meet. Lake ...
... walked around, and took a group picture on the deck on the beach.
Second stop - Tahquenamon Falls - just beautiful! Mosquitos are very abundant up here this year.
Third stop - Lunch in Grand Marais overlooking Lake Superior. Had lunch at the new Stonehouse Bakery. It took them a long, long time to serve us all as the place had only been open for a few weeks, and a group of 13 ...
... t even look up, again no problem. The third deer I could see from way up the highway. It had just crossed over the road and was munching the green grass on the shoulder across the highway. I didn't even slow down because the deer had already crossed the road. Then as I got much closer, the deer looked up and decided it belonged on the other side of the road. It began to run across the road right in front of us. I put the brake pedal to the floor and we skidded. We were on a ...
... don't know what kind) and what I thought were coyotes but ranger said may be wolves. Black bears in area, no problem according to ranger. NOBODY here at the campground and it's just beautiful. Very helpful ranger. book exchange, clean water., nice beach, Jim braved the Wisconsin waters on his floatie.