Traveling the Upper Peninsula of Michigan
Random views from an anonymous traveler
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Where I grew up in Texas, we fished what I call the trifecta: bass, crappie, and catfish. When I thought of recreational angling, that was my universe. However, I found my universe changed drastically when I moved to the Upper Peninsula. In fact, it changed so much, I got dizzy! To demonstrate, I’m going toContinue reading “The Upper Peninsula Fishery: Inland Waters”
A few years ago when I first moved to the Upper Peninsula, I was determined to find the Au Sable dunes and the Log Slide. The dunes are enormous, and the Log Slide is the spot where loggers tumbled harvested trees down the dunes to people waiting below. I found the gate leading to theContinue reading “Au Sable Point”
Last week, I posted about Sand Point lighthouse. Just down the road sits another lighthouse, but one that receives far fewer visits. The Stonington Peninsula splits Lake Michigan’s Little Bay de Noc and Big Bay de Noc. If you venture to the very tip of the peninsula, you reach Peninsula Point. Now, this a fairlyContinue reading “Peninsula Point/Stonington Peninsula”
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