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|08-01-2018, 11:27 AM||#1 (permalink)|
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Calling all Michiganders
For those who live in Michigan or have traveled here, I am (ashamed to admit after living here my whole life) making my first trip up to the Upper Peninsula this October. A buddy and I are heading to Lambeau Field for MNF, and we decided to take the longer trek so we can explore the UP a bit.
We were planning on hitting pictured rocks for sure on Friday, and then the rest is up in the air. We don't have a TON of time, as we would like to be settled in Green Bay by Saturday so that we can watch ND/Pitt at a local bar.
With that being said, we will have Thursday evening and all day Friday to explore the UP. What do you guys recommend that we do? Any awesome hiking trails or sights you consider can't-miss? Thanks in advance, gents.
My two favorite football teams: Notre Dame, and whoever's playing Michigan.
|08-01-2018, 12:26 PM||#6 (permalink)|
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