Alger Falls Motel
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... a pasty wasn't eaten with a fork; it was eaten end to end, held upright to keep the juices in...
Pasties have a long history, one of the earliest references comes from the Robin Hood ballads of the 1300's
"Bred on chese, butre and milk, pastees and flaunes"
"Thys knight swolewed, in ...
We arrived this evening and checked into our really nice hotel. We then went back out to see if the visitor center was still open. It wasn't, so we went to check out a lighthouse, an old furnace at the Hiawatha National Forest, and a small town called Christmas. It was an enjoyable evening that ended with free pancakes at our hotel. ...
... not very bright.
While driving yesterday we killed our first bird via the camper windshield just before we cross the Mackinaw Bridge. The bridge is 5 miles long and was under construction. When we got to the other side we stopped at a little pull off to watch the sunset. It was still light for about another 3 hours. It seems like the sun never sets up ...
... west for about 30
minutes. I stumbled across an information center so I asked about camping spots
and fishing spots. “You have to go to Hurricane River and 12 Mile River. They
are both awesome.” “Great. Can you give me directions? East? I just came from
there. I must have passed it.” “You should go back, they are beautiful
streams.” So, even though it felt kind of weird and inefficient, I decided to
follow the ...
... Wes got a good coffee - he has to ask for a double shot Americano. I had a milk shake made with caramel explosion icecream - more like a thick shake and had little cups of caramel filled chocolates. Thank goodness it was made with 2% milk !!!!
Went for a drive to Christmas which is just a little spot on the highway with a few shops that did not look at all appealing.
Found the ruins of the Bay Furnace where they used to smelt iron.
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