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June 18, 2009

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Becks Davis

Those pictures are beautiful! I can only imagine what it would look like at the height of the fall colors.

Jean - OurExplorer Tour Guide

Nice photos, especially the first one, so cheerful the colours. Many great views come along the way, accidentally jumping into the sight.

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Dominique

Becks-I'd love to see this area in full fall color, too. Our last trip was timed to slide into Isle Royale just before it closed the lodge for the season...so we were just ahead of the color.

Jean-Thanks! The Keweenaw is quite a distance from us in Detroit, so it's a real treat when we can get up to the area. We love northern Michigan because of the scenery and access to great outdoor activities like hiking, swimming and canoeing.

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