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Aug 2, 2014 - Bruce Crossing, MI - Stannard Township Park

It was a very pleasant, smooth 79 miles from Ishpeming to Bruce Crossing, MI. The terrain was like most of the upper peninsula, hilly and covered with pine forests. We are staying at the Stannard Township Park which is a small city park with only about six usable sites. We have 30 amps and that's it. We came in with a little over a half tank of fresh water and we will dump as we leave. Satellite access was easy and Verizon is pretty good but we are having trouble with the MiFi. We'll have to check it out next time we are somewhere there is...

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Sep 19, 2013 - Finally a day to be a tourist!

We spent some time down on the beach of Little Sand Bay. Wrote Happy Birthday's in the sand to Nathan Meget, Melda Ueland and Dorthy Conway. The waves kept wiping them away before we could a picture to send to them. Finally got it. We headed to Bayfield Wisconsin and found a really neat little town. Tourist spot with a pretty harbor. We stopped and walked around a little. Ate lunch- Allen had fish and chips, Cindy had a grilled smoked whitefish sandwich on fresh baked ciabatta bread. Good! Stopped at a candy store to get ice cream and...

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Jul 20, 2011 - Thar's copper in them there hills

Yesterday was one of the more interesting and fun days we've had start to finish. We headed to the northern most point of Michigan, Copper Harbor. The first "rush" in the country was to Copper Harbor MI when copper was discovered in the hills, even before the gold rush. We stopped into Ft. Wilkins an Army post built in 1844 to keep the peace. After two years it was abandoned since there was no peace keeping need. The WPA restored the fort in the 30s and it again has been upgraded. It was very neat. After lunch in our camper we went on a...

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