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Travel Blogs from Manistique
... the drive but it was one of the closest encounters we had ever had with one.
We grabbed a few geocaches on the drive. The most interesting was just behind a graveyard from the early 1900's that had recently been uncovered. Most of the graves were unnamed but they were working toward bringing awareness and dignity to those who died while working in the logging industry in the ...
... in nothingness as they slip through crystal waters far below. Clouds of sand kept in constant motion by gushing waters create ever-changing forms, a challenge to the imagination of young and old alike.
Ever since August 2010, I had planned on stopping here for several days to explore the many treasures this area offers ...
... shows the correct time for the zone as our ETA!
This park is very small, and there are only two of us in here, but there are thousands of VERY large mosquitoes, a half dozen or so of which enter the house every time we walk in or out. We've been chasing and swatting ever since we got here (and itching and swearing, too!)
Greg woke up this ...
after nap time (for all of us) Monday we decided to go to the beach. Our beach is very rocky and its hard for Lizzy to play. There's a state park right up the road so we decided to check it out. We found a sandy beach, COMPLETELY empty. It was awesome!
Indian Lake is very shallow. The deepest part is only 18 feet. With this hot summer it's gotten ...
... paint a white and blue/green picture on the bottom, as well as petrified logs and fish. The srings pump in about 10,000 gallons of water each minute.
Check out the picutres!! They don't do it justice, but you get the point.
We are back at the cottage and ready for a nap. Its about 74 and breezy with sun and clouds. Perfect!