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Old 08-15-2017, 04:41 PM   #21
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We lived in Gwinn for about 5 years and tried to get down to visit with the DW's family about one weekend a month. That's a bunch of trips across the bridge. We "changed up" the drive by going 77 through Germfask/Blaney Park, then next time through Engadine on 117. Then, in the summer we'd take 123 through Ozark and up to 28, but that was always a "LONG TRIP" through the Seney Stretch.... We never tried that route in the winter and stayed on US2 along the "banana belt" to Escanaba and up 35 to Gwinn. Less snow that way. On occasion along US28 along Lake Superior from Newberry to Munising and then from Munising into Marquette, there would be 10' of snow on the shoulders and 1-2 feet of fresh powder on the road. Even following the snow plow was never a guarantee of "easy driving".

Enjoy your trip, that part of the UP is always nice in August/September. Safe travels.
Gonna be resting next Tuesday early evening at the Gaylord Walmart off 75. If your in the heighborhood, stop by for a chat...

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Old 08-15-2017, 05:05 PM   #22
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Gonna be resting next Tuesday early evening at the Gaylord Walmart off 75. If your in the heighborhood, stop by for a chat...

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We live 13 miles north of Gwinn near the"Crossroads" they have a real good pasty. Our family has been here forever. Well at least since the 1870s.
Won't be traveling south for the winters for a few more years.
It is hard to go very far when the weather is nice, we have so much to see right here and the people are the best. I hope you enjoy the great UP and the rest of Michigan.

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Old 08-15-2017, 05:10 PM   #23
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We live 13 miles north of Gwinn near the"Crossroads" they have a real good pasty. Our family has been here forever. Well at least since the 1870s.
Won't be traveling south for the winters for a few more years.
It is hard to go very far when the weather is nice, we have so much to see right here and the people are the best. I hope you enjoy the great UP and the rest of Michigan.

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Childhood buddy of mine lives in Gywinn, DW's Aunt and Uncle live in Naubenway. We get up the the UP 4-5 times a year, God's country for sure..
just to far for a wknd camping trip though..
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Old 08-15-2017, 08:47 PM   #24
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We live 13 miles north of Gwinn near the"Crossroads" ...


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We were stationed at KI Sawyer in the late 60's and again in the 70's and 80's. My DW's family are some of the "settlers" in Marquette. One of her uncles was the post master there and several of her aunts and uncles lived throughout the area. One of them owned the old Finn Sauna that used to be on the corner of S Division and E Furnace. Names like Jujentienen, LaPointe, Brown and Warsheivski. Yeah, I know LOL

I went to my first "duck races" at the Crossroads bar in 1968. Darnedest thing I'd ever seen. We bought a house in the subdivision just north of the crossroads and lived there for about 5 years. It was almost at the back door of Cliff's Ridge.

Great community, great people and great times around that area. We still have a camp on Lake Kawbawgam, but seldom get a chance to get up there to enjoy it.
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Old 08-16-2017, 04:41 AM   #25
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Looks like a road trip is in order!
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Very small world! Happy trails!

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Old 10-19-2017, 12:21 PM   #27
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1) Lehto's Pasties, St. Ignace
This spot has been around since 1947, and stands out for its moist, flaky crust, well-seasoned filling, and homemade feel.

Voted Best Pasties in Michigan on ONLYINYOURSTATE web page.. but we all knew that already, didn't we..

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Old 10-20-2017, 04:46 AM   #28
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1) Lehto's Pasties, St. Ignace
This spot has been around since 1947, and stands out for its moist, flaky crust, well-seasoned filling, and homemade feel.

Voted Best Pasties in Michigan on ONLYINYOURSTATE web page.. but we all knew that already, didn't we..

Mmmmmmmmm! Pasties!!! (Said while mouth is watering)

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Old 10-21-2017, 03:41 AM   #29
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Ok guys you got me now.. I am a native New Yorker on living in Michigan since 1997, I always hear about pasty’s. My wife who is native of Michigan talks about them also.

We are on our first trip with our first trailer (Keystone Passage 2520 DL) we are in a little town called Temple (10 miles west of Harrison and 2 hours south the UP.

Can I get pasty’s down hear or do I have to head over the bridge. The coffee is perking and now you all got me hungry . I want to taste a pasty

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Old 10-21-2017, 04:13 AM   #30
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Try Mr Foisie's in Cadillac. Wisconsinites have a better chance of getting good pasties than do trolls, but this is a good place.
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