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mi.drew

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Posted: 06/10/18 04:26pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

White Fish Point Museum (Edmund Fitzgerald info) , Soo Locks. Aune-Osborn campground in Sault Saint Marie gives you an excellent close up view of freighters entering and leaving the Soo Locks. If you are into tourist traps go to Mackinac Island.


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We have done several trips through the UP. Yes on the Pasties, not all are the same so you may want to try a couple different shops. Lots of small places and interesting stops but three that come to mind are:
Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum
Picture Rock - Munising - Boat Cruise
Da Yoopers Tourist Trap - Ishpeming, MI - It is a tourist trap but you don't have to buy anything and their museum is fun and free to walk through. Good place for a bathroom break.

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Thanks for the replies. Late getting back, been busy. Thanks again K Mac

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Just remember it's pass-tee not paste-tee. Can't take your TC their, but might want to consider a day trip to Isle Royal.


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Pasties are awesome!
Just was reading Isle Royal is down to 2 wolves left on the island and the moose population is out of control! Something like 1500 moose on the island. Should be great moose viewing.
Ironic that the UP, N WI andMN is plagued with a terrible wolf problem. Approaching 1000 wolves in WI alone.
There are multiple packs competing for space just around the area we have a place at up there. Friend of ours raises sheep and sells trophy rams to game farms and he’s lost many sheep and dogs to the wolves. dNR actually electric fenced a 1/4 section of his land to try and keep their wolves out! Lol. It ain’t working and he can’t shoot em now because dNR has trail cams setup watching him! And the state won’t de-list them.
They’re planning to transplant 20 or so wolves back to Isle Royal before the moose eat every tree on the island!


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Stevenal is correct, another way to remember is with a past-tee there is usually a pole in the room.

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