Poplar Bluff Cabins

Boot Lake Road, Shingleton, Michigan, 49854, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Shingleton

Snagged by Ranger Rick

A travel blog entry by louandpam

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 ...

Another Nice State Forest Campground

A travel blog entry by louandpam

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... and amazingly we caught a photo of it flying with its road kill dangling from its talons. It then flew across the road and landed on an embankment to the right. At this point we had stopped, as the road was deserted except for us, when the eagle lifted off again to take its road kill raccoon to a place it could eat in peace and quiet. That was the last eagle we would see on this ...

Diets and the yooper pals

A travel blog entry by followusaround

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We made a pit stop in Ann Arbor before picking up a dear pal, some call dad, the bank, and many another endearing names. Hehe! As we made a very conscientious effort to be right on time to pick up the always prompt Dietmar, Elena's dad, we encountered a gps mishap. We had arrived at our destination and to our dismay we were in the slums of Detroit. We decided we better kick it to the right airport, so we reputed and found ourselves quite a ways away. None of that mattered as ...

A genuine UP experience

A travel blog entry by connieandjimmer

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... views and sensational sunset. Following the cruise, we picked up take-out pasties for supper on our way back to our campground. Pasties are a type of pie that miners used to take with them to work in their lunch buckets - filled with potatoes, rudabagas and meat- and are a specialty in Michigan's Upper Penninsula (UP)
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The Upper Peninsula of Michigan

A travel blog entry by suewelsch

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... restrictions. NO, we are not drinking all of our wine and beer and eating all of our fruit tonight, but it was tempting. Instead, we will wait to see what happens and if we are forced to throw anything out, we will. They claimed that it all depends upon which customs agent one encounters. Some confiscate everything they can and others are more lenient. At the slow pace we are going, we may not even get into Canada tomorrow, but may not ...

Location

This hotel, located on Boot Lake Road, Shingleton, is near 12-Mile Beach.
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