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One place we visited was the Ocqueoc Falls Bicentenial Pathway, where we watched salmon climbing the falls to spawn, hiked a beautiful trail that followed the river and enjoyed great fall colors. These falls, although they don't seem overly impressive compared to those in the U.P., are actually the largest falls in the lower penninsula. Upon arriving a family was walking away with 3 large salmon and others were attempting to get ...
at her residence and then visited the Great Lakes Maritime Heritage Centre in Alpena with an
eye-opening learning experience about the Century of Shipwrecks along
the western shore of Lake Huron - definitely a must-see for visitors to
... west. Alpena is the largest city in the area.There are a great many wrecks in the sanctuary, and their preservation and protection is a concern for national policy makers.
The Alpena Light
Thunder Bay Lighthouse
... with the others from nearby towns. Fiftieth anniversary memorial activities took place in 2008.
The surprising beauty of Lake Huron! We almost changed our minds about coming to the east side of Michigan to see Lake Huron because so many local residents & visitors told us it was an ugly swampy lake! They said ...
Our 3 hour drive to Lewiston went well the first half of the trip when we were driving on 75N. That was a nice highway to drive on…all smooth, fast, and no stop signs. That was nice. Then…we were directed onto Hwy 612 for the next hour. All hell broke loose. For those of you not in the know, Hwy 612 was, in John's words, like they "repaved the potholes with more potholes". There wasn’t a single spot on that road that ...