Magnuson Hotel Copper Crown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Indoor pool
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I think I have eaten so many that I am done! I packed-up my suitcase and cooked dinner. Felt like a Sunday. Shirley sent me a picture of my great grandparents. Nice to put a face to a name. Maybe I can find out more information next time I am in ...
... with this tiny town is the "Osceola M.E. Church" which may explain a few things. Although my great grandparents were married in Calumet and my grandmother baptized, maybe my great grandmother's funeral was in the Oseola M. E. Church, which would explain the absence of records. I always thought the newspaper article that Shirley gave me was mistaken, but maybe not. The only way to find out is to go to the church itself and to ask if they have any records - but that may have ...
Note to self: Do not partake in jam sampling before going to bed. I forgot to mention that after buying the jams at the monastery, we regretted not buying the thimbleberry (unique to the Keweenaw region) to try. So when at a little store in copper Harbour, bought a thimbleberry jam from the "Jam Lady". I don't know why we thought that a late night cup of tea and toast with jam was a good idea? Thimbleberry does have its own distinct flavour (Jonathan's ...
... sounds at times; maybe a bird every now and then or something rustling in the undergrowth softly. But usually just the sound of leaves. We are so loud. Our heavy feet make so much noise that I am sure that there are so many little eyes watching us and annoyed at the disturbance. I can capture pictures, sound but not smell on my iPhone. It's such a shame as I'd love to share the smells I inhale at times. Today I was smelling amazing things: at the monastery as they ...
... knows and songs with gusto! Impressed and very happy to hear tales of Camborne folk in Calumet, he gave me the name of his friend who has access to lots of records - I'm guessing it's the knowledgable man we met the first day at the Visitor's Centre. When I walked out of the shop (abandoned by Jonathan who wanted more fudge), I could smell pasties!!! We followed my nose to a pizza shop that has Jim's Monday Specials "Award Winning Pasties". Served in a pizza box (good ...