Evening Star Motel
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Center to Miners Beach. The brochure said 35.2 miles - Ranger math.
The packs weighed in at about 32 pounds before liquids. Essential equipment included:
2 one man "casket" tents
2 slumber Jack +20 bags, extra long.
3 ground cloths
one extra emergency tarp
Clothes (including rain coats and silk long ...
June 30, 2015
We officially made it through our first night of the trip! After our late start yesterday we drove 9 hours up to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. We found a well lit rest stop that of course had a No Camping and No Overnight Parking sign. However, we decided to stop anyway and take a chance. We were getting pretty tired and the lights on the ...
... the yummy homemade cinnamon rolls while we were there. We then headed to the lower Tahquamenon falls. The kids agree with Mel & Jim's nickname "root beer falls". The coloring actually is from the tannin that comes from the trees in the cedar swamp. We didn't spend very much time there but got some great pics, before starting our journey south ...
I spent a couple days at Pictures Rocks National Lakeshore in the UP. It was so beautiful! It was grey and rainy the first day but I went for a couple short hikes and saw some waterfalls, some small lakes (and obviously the big one, Superior), and the Pictured Rocks. On the second day I went for a longer hike to Chapel Rock and Chapel ...
... served with almost every item on the menu at lunch and evening in the form of crisps, baked potatoes or fries. A pickle seems to be included as well. After one week I am almost "potatoed out".
We left the others at Grand Marais and while they headed west, we continued east to Tahquamenon Falls. Wes was getting a little sleepy on the way there so I drove for about 20 miles. It was a good road to get a feel for the car. Wide road, not too much traffic. ...