A1 Gypsy Villa Resort
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Calling it a day in IRON country. After a cruise along the coast of Lake Michigan with Deb driving the RV, we settled into a nice little campsite in the town of Iron River, situated of course along the Iron River, and located somewhere in between Iron Mountain and Ironwood. Ironically, this area was known for its iron mines...which are all now ...
... br> to form again and hauled me in and berated me for not having complete
financial documents even though I am no longer flagged. Then they
made me pay US$6 for a passport pass to give to the US border
crossing when I exited the country which is stupid now that Canada
and the USA trade border crossing information (I mentioned this to
... a real treat when it
costs less than $100. This stalling allowed Cindy to catch up; I was
only five minutes ahead by the time we reached her land.
After hand-sawing a wind-downed Balsam,
we got Tag backed onto its spot by the lake for the next nine days.
The weather was really nice for two days but then changed to cold
with rain (and a little snow) ...
Maura found an idyllic spot to set up the Kelty, just steps away from peaceful Lake Kentuck. We wolfed down massive quantities of grub and enjoyed a roaring fire before settling down for the night. Cozy in our sleeping bags, we slumbered the night away in the quiet woods. Just ...
... streams and ponds. John and Laurie got
fishing licenses at Walmart then Buddy took us to a dam between two
lakes. Laurie caught a sun fish and a bunch of little fish, John caught
some bass and a bunch of little fish, Alex fished and waded in the lake,
Buddy kept bait on everybody's hooks and threw back the small fish,
Marleah took pictures and Helen kept us company.
When everyone had ...