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Discussion in 'Photos' started by MEDIC-0372, Jul 9, 2019.
Just a few from the Wisconsin coast of Lake Michigan. :) Just north of Milwaukee.
Sault Ste. Marie and the Soo Locks. The locks were built in 1855 and they connect Lake Superior to Lake Huron. They can accommodate up 1000 FT freighters.
Crossing the International Bridge from Canada to the USA looking West toward Lake Superior...
A large ship passing through the Soo Locks...
Some links regarding the Spruceglen...
Lake Superior between Sault St Marie and Wawa.
We always enjoy stopping at the locks and getting up close to the big ships.
The last trip we checked out the small locks on the Canada side and also walked out to the Saint Mary's River rapids.
Debbie standing on top of the gate.
Security on the US side.
They check the ship's crews luggage before they board.
A few from a recent trip from Thunder Bay to The Soo
I plan to ride and camp around the lakes and was wondering what is Canada's policy on concealed carry.
No chance at all to take a hand gun with you.
Do not take a hand gun into Canada!!!
That's Alona Bay
I guess I will have to stay on the US side..............................................
Some Old postcards of Lake Michigan passenger ships, the Badger and the Spartan.
My wife and I take what are called in Japanese, 日帰り旅行 (Higaeri Ryouko) which means literally “returning on the same day vacations” every weekend we can during riding season. This year, we did a day to Huron, Erie and Michigan. Some pictures from Huron.
Erie: Lunch in Port Clinton at the “Jolly Rodger.” They have great Lake Erie perch and Walleye sandwiches. Erie photos taken at the Marblehead Lighthouse.
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Michigan: rode from the junction of I-275 and US12, the old “Chicago Highway” between The Motor and the Windy Cities before I-94 was built, following 12 the whole way. Stopped for lunch in Jonesville at Rosalie’s Roadhouse—Coconut cream pie was fab. Pic of Lake Michigan is from the beach at New Buffalo. We met a young guy there who had ridden 200 miles up from Indiana on a Wee Strom—thought it was good to see a 20 something guy out touring and enjoying the day.
Nice pictures "Kuchibashi"...I was just at "Jolly Rogers" last week, great fish.
Thanks—we are always in search of good food on our day trips.
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