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... wood. The third ship was the oldest and the most recently found of the 3. It was actually found by our tour operators by accident. After bringing in an expert it was determined to be a Scow Schooner....an old cheaply made merchant ship from the mid-1600's to the early 1700's. There are no identifying marks and to date no records of one going missing in the area so it's origin is still a mystery.
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While driving yesterday we killed our first bird via the camper windshield just before we cross the Mackinaw Bridge. The bridge is 5 miles long and was under construction. When we got to the other side we stopped at a little pull off to watch the sunset. It was still light for about another 3 hours. It seems like the sun never sets up ...
... covers, jammed my feet into my flip flops and flew down the dirt path toward the
parking lot. The one that I had pulled out of just this morning. I ran as if
running fast right now would bring a better chance of the stick still being
there. My heartsick heart thumped. I got to the part of the parking lot where
the truck had been. My eyes scanned the area like a big searchlight, swinging
back and forth. And then I saw it. Leaning against a tree, right next ...
Fully rested from my hellish experience on Rt. 69, I peddled out of Escanaba on Rt. 2 before sunup. My ride was a wonderful journey through the predawn darkness which ...
by Pam Riehl Szakal
After a quick stop at Taquanom Falls where we saw another eagle and the Seney Wildlife Refuge, we made our way over to Grand Marais and down to Pictured Rocks since the government had some sense and finally reopened the national parks. It was after dark by the time we pulled in and did drive throughs of both of the Hurricane River campgrounds. We made an attempt to back into a few spots but the turns were tight and in ...