Michigan’s Upper Peninsula


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This is the second time we have traveled together to the UP so we have some different things to see.

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We found a little lake (Brevort) with a put in site to make our stop for the night

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Really peaceful sunset

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Lunch on Lake Michigan – does it look much different?

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Hugoboom Lake was our site for three nights. It is in Hiawatha National Forest. We swam in the lake, walked around the lake , chatted with fishermen and others that stopped by.

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The color of the lake at sunset was amazing – it go so still and reflective.

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Early morning mist was also very interesting.

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Chef is making pancakes…with fresh raspberries!

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Another peaceful evening

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These are the best photos and you know we took many more!

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We went up Christmas lighthouse for our first glimpse of lake Superior.

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We walked a local nature trail to find this fun waterfall.

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Miners Rock in Pictured Rock National Lake shore. The color is superb and the kayakers added a nice sense of scale.

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Beautiful day!

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In both directions!

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Another waterfall

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A really pretty sunset even though we were not on the water.

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Early morning on Lake Superior.

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We can’t believe how calm the water is.

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In Marquette along the shore, where we had a picnic lunch.

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Shaken, not Stirred: The name is Bond. Bond Falls.

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Bond Falls camp site on the reservoir created by the power company – really a nice spot to hang out. There was also a lot of firewood so we polished off a few s’mores!


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