Monthly Archives: July 2014

A Visit to Marquette, MI

Marquette, MI The second day of our stay here we drove a few miles to the west to visit the city of Marquette.  With a population of over 21,000 Marquette is the most populated city of the Upper Peninsula. It is a major port on … Continue reading

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Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, MI

Marquette, MI After a three night stay near St. Ignace, Monday morning we headed west across the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.  Our target destination was the Ojibwa Casino, a few miles east of Marquette.  The first two thirds of the … Continue reading

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St. Ignace – Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

St. Ignace, MI Friday morning we were up bright (okay, it’s a relative term) and early ready to continue north.  We left Empire, MI (20 miles west of Traverse City) and headed to the Mackinac Bridge.  We planned to stay … Continue reading

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Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore

Empire, MI The small village of Empire is right on the shores of beautiful Lake Michigan just south of Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.  We have taken advantage of our unscheduled visit by taking a short hike one day and … Continue reading

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Clayton, NY – The Thousand Islands

Clayton, NY When we last blogged a few weeks ago, we had just ended a great month on Dave and Sue’s lot next to beautiful Conesus Lake just south of Rochester.  From there we drove about a hundred and fifty … Continue reading

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The Ring of Fire

Geneseo, NY When we arrived at Dave and Sue’s beautiful site along Conesus Lake way back on June 1st, we intended to stay for two or three days.  Dave described a neat activity along the lake they call the Ring … Continue reading

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