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Old 07-30-2016, 05:12 AM   #15
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Thumbs up Thanks to all for advice, suggestions and routes

Thank you all for sharinging your experiences, advice, suggestions and routes.
This has made my excitement grow even more, if that could be possible.
My husband Dan is now on board with doing a bit of planning and I have been convinced that Walmarts are our last choice for a good nights sleep.
Skip, that route you sent that includes the ferry crossing is brilliant. I would like to take that route there and the other suggestions of Sault Ste Marie route back in the fall as the colours may be showing.
If you could see me now you would see a granny jumping up and down with excitement, like a two year old. ( I tried to use a smiley face from group on side, but did not work).
We spent yesterday cleaning the AS and taking out "stuff". We did leave the blow up pool in for those hot, hot, summer days

Thanks again. Carol

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Old 07-30-2016, 07:11 PM   #16
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Hi Carol,

I'll check on a route coming back through Wisconsin into the upper peninsula of Michigan via Sault Ste Marie on your way back.

Definitely bring your blow up pool! During the day Sturgis can get into the high 90's - 100 (32 - 38+ C) and at night it will drop to the upper 40's - 50's (4-10 C)!!! Crazy!!! Which is why they call it the badlands out there!

Have a great trip and enjoy your anniversary!

Here's a pic of us enjoying our pool on a 100+ degree day!!!

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Old 07-31-2016, 05:43 PM   #17
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Toronto, Ont. To Stugis SD any interesting routes

For the SS Badger Ferry, enter at Port Huron MI via the Blue Water Bridge and head west to Ludington. Check the schedule, know your rigs overall length, and make reservations. In the Upper Peninsula, US 2 offers much to see, but M28 is a little quicker and a whole lot straighter, and meets US 2 just before the Wisconsin line. Either way, you will be glad you stayed away from Interstate 94, 80, and 90 with the traffic and tolls.....

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