Holiday Inn Express Houghton - Keweenaw
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Last of the big lakes ticked off. Left Sault Ste Marie early this morning and after circling boarder control three times we finally figured out where the entrance to the bridge was. The US let us back in once they had checked the back seat for any stowaway Canadians. Stopped down at the locks and took a photo of the raised rail bridge which they …
... 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 ...
... in a nice grave yard that is well kept and that we know she is with a family that cared for her. Moving on - we drove through Calumet and stopped at an intriguing antiques shop! The first thing I spotted was a stack of what looked like sock darning mushrooms - Granny Barber used to put wooden mushroom-looking things into socks to darn them. The friendly man in the shop said that it was a collection of potato mashers. I never would have guessed! It was a treasure trove of ...
... and Laurium used to be known as Calumet. They are attached and I cannot tell when Calumet stops and Laurium starts - but they do have their own main streets. On the way, we found a store called "The Yard Sale" that was full of old vinyl. There was no-one in the shop, but a sign saying "Cross the street to pay". Vey trusting! We could have loaded-up our car and opened our own vinyl store!!!! We then found a little music shop called "Root Notes". What ...
... as it looked similar but then I saw another that had a fan-like tail. There were a few of them but seemed too small to be a turkey. Not sure what they were. Loud though and would make me jump each time they popped out. I would often hear woodpeckers hammering away - I thought it was a person bashing something at first. It's the quiet that I love the most. The leaves sound like rain or the ocean at times as they rustle in the breeze. There are no human sounds or ...