The Olson's Retirement RV Adventures travel blog

Gophie almost missed this sign. He was napping.

Our Campsite

View from our patio.

Bond Falls

Bond Falls

As close as we got.

Ontonagon River

Agate Falls

Agate Falls

Falls looking through the trees

We drove 80 miles today to Lake Gogebic, Michigan. We are camped in Lake Gogebic State Park and not sure if we will stay two or three nights. It is a very nice campground. Large shady lots with views of the lake. The campground has electricity, showers, a beach and marina. Lake Gogebic is the largest inland lake in the U.P. at 13,000 acres. Makes us miss the boys. They would have loved it.

We set up camp and took a drive to the nearest waterfalls. Bond Falls and Agate Falls. The U.P. has over 1000 waterfalls. Bond Falls is on a branch of the Ontonagon River. It is one of the most frequently filmed year-round falls. The view of Agate falls was from the top looking down. The dense trees was hiding it.

Tomorrow we plan to go see 'The Porkies'. Porcupine Mountains!

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