Month: July 2014

Goodbye Yoopers!

Mackinaw City – known for their fudge & ice cream, and apparently their BIG WIENERS!!! Sunday, July 27 – Leaving the U.P. – crossed over the Mackinac Bridge… will visit Aunt Carolyn & Uncle Bob on the shores of Lake Huron for a few days, then make our way to Ohio and our next National …

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Friday, July 25 — As Dorothy’s famous line from The Wizard of Oz goes, “there’s no place like home.”  [And get it – see the picture of the rainbow?  Look hard, it was actually a beautiful double-rainbow.]   As full-time RVers we don’t get to pull into our own home driveway any more, but through a …

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Hurray for Ironwood!

Friday, July 25 — En route to Munising, Michigan, site of our overnight accommodations this evening, we drove through this quaint little town as we crossed the border from Wisconsin back into the U.P. [Upper Peninsula of Michigan]. Ironwood is on the Wisconsin-Michigan border on Hwy 2, just across the river from Hurley, Wisconsin – …

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Journey to Angle Outpost

July 20-21 — Related to the prior post on visiting the second of the four extreme points in the U.S., we had an enjoyable journey to get to this destination, and once here, we had a wonderful stay!  From our current location of International Falls, MN, the trip up to this extreme point is close to four hours, so …

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