Traveling the Upper Peninsula of Michigan
Random views from an anonymous traveler
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One of the truly amazing things about Lake Superior is its diversity. You can go to one location and find rocky points jutting out into the lake, then go a few miles down the road and find fine sand beaches. And just about everything in between. On the eastern end of Pictured Rocks National LakeshoreContinue reading “Twelvemile Beach”
We’re in the muddy part of the winter to spring transition in the Upper Peninsula, so I’ll revert back to winter for another post. One of the new activities for me this season was ice climbing. I didn’t know ice climbing was a thing until I moved to the UP, but it’s a great sportContinue reading “Ice Climbing!”
I love all the Great Lakes, but nothing beats the shoreline of Lake Superior. It’s calm and primal at the same time, peaceful and savage. You’ll find alternating cliffs and beaches all along the shore, and you’ll often see cliffs that drop straight down to beaches only accessible from the water. One of the firstContinue reading “Wetmore Landing in Winter”
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