The high light
of my Great Lakes trip last year was my time spent near the water. I often harken back to the camping I did around Lake Superior.
The first camping was at Grand Marais, MN (city park where we had our fiberglass gathering), then travelled down to Duluth. Several weeks later I was in WI and Door County, I had gone to southern Minnesota so I came into WI at LaCrosse and went across to Door County. I left there heading for Bayfield, WI and back on Lake Superior. I travel on to Copper Harbor, Marquette, Munising and on through Pictured Rocks continuing on to Sault Ste Marie. There was only about 50 miles of the route below Lake Superior that I missed from Duluth east.
If I ever make it back to the Great Lakes states I know I'll find myself somewhere near Lake Superior. The camping I did near Lakes Michigan and Huron was nice but I truly enjoyed the Superior area better. If the Grand Marais, MN and the UP didn't have such nasty weather in the winter, I might think about living there.
Some day I plan to visit Canada from Saskatchewan east and will definitely do the north section of the circle tour.