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by Pam Riehl Szakal
Heading back east in the U.P. we followed Route 2 across the southern part of the U.P. The road becomes fairly isolated not far outside Iron Mountain and we saw three eagles in a 10 mile stretch. We missed photos of the first two but lucked out with the third. It had picked up some road kill and stepped to the side of the road. As we slowly approached it ...
... attraction is absolutely amazing and the mysterious flow continues throughout the year at a constant 45 degree Fahrenheit. By means of a self-operated & tethered observation raft, visitors are guided to vantage points overlooking fascinating underwater features and mysteries. Ancient tree trunks, lime encrusted branches and fat trout ...
... a really bad sore throat and head cold, so we cancelled our plans to drive up to Marquette to see old friends Dave & Pat, and to explore some of the things I'd read about in that area. We stayed home all day, until after dinner, when we went for a ride through Seney National Wildlife Refuge. Got lots of pictures, but our signal here is too slow to load any. :(
... Shallow, clean, warm - perfect! Lizzy had a ball splashing and playing. She thought it was so fun to be able to walk so far out in the lake. 75 yards out and still just knee deep on her.
We headed back as it was clouding up. Me being the radar junkie, I found we had a severe storm warning. I hate storms, and hate them even more not being at home. We ...
... 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!