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Isle Royale, Day 1: The Rush to Lane Cove

At the bow of the Isle Royale Queen IV

Hunter's Point and Porter's Island sat across the harbor under the morning sun. I stood at the dock in Copper Harbor and felt a wave of nostalgia as the Isle Royale Queen IV was loaded up. Less than a year ago I had explored those trails and watched the sunrise from that point and so much has…

  • Category Hiking
  • Posted September 11, 2015
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Estivant Pines

Sign for the sanctuary

The roads south of Copper Harbor were eerily familiar in the early morning light. There was a time, some years past, when I had drove the Mandan Loop in a failed attempt on High Rock Point. When I pulled off the Burma Road into the parking lot for Estivant Pines I wondered if I had passed by this…

  • Category Hiking
  • Posted September 4, 2014
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Sunrise over Hunter's Point

Darkness over the boardwalk

The long drive from Eagle Harbor to Copper Harbor helped calm my jittery nerves. After all, I had just bumped into a bear and dozens of bats in the pre-dawn forest above Copper Falls. Driving the winding, familiar M-28 under a dark morning sky was oddly soothing. By the time I pulled into the…

  • Category Hiking
  • Posted September 3, 2014
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