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dodge guy

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Posted: 04/14/21 08:21am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Go about 2 hours north into MI and check out Silver Lake Sand Dunes right on Lake Michigan. if you have a 4WD vehicle you can drive on the dunes. or rent a Jeep, or take a tour on a 4WD vehicle.

If you have the time I would highly suggest going north and into the UP. So much better things to see and do than along the MI/IN border.


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I have to admit, though, that this might be a crummy time to visit Michigan. Their Covid restrictions have been extended for 6 more months. We didn't go last summer (obviously) and I don't expect we'll go there this summer, either. Looking to head northwesterly instead and find some quiet, lonesome spots in the mountains.


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Mike134

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Just for giggles I checked time and mileage from South Bend, IN. to Portland, OR. Going due west on 80 vs going north thru MI and around the lake
2200-33 hrs due west vs 2601-40hrs going around the lake per Googlemaps.

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ericosmith

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rexlion wrote:

I have to admit, though, that this might be a crummy time to visit Michigan. Their Covid restrictions have been extended for 6 more months. We didn't go last summer (obviously) and I don't expect we'll go there this summer, either. Looking to head northwesterly instead and find some quiet, lonesome spots in the mountains.


Nothing that would impact a visitor has been extended for 6 months. The extension had to do with rules for employers, not the public. Living in Michigan, I find that the current restrictions have little or no impact on my daily life and certainly shouldn't be a cause for avoiding travel here.

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