Coco's Marquette

Coco’s: No Longer Just Great Food

For Marquette locals, Coco’s restaurant on Lakeshore is a great place to grab a bite to eat after a beach day during the summer or a warm place to enjoy breakfast on a snowy Sunday morning. But now, you can enjoy Coco’s After Dark: a new place to enjoy your favorite beer or mixer and […]

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Finsihed Project

#83- Paint Your Way to Happiness at Hot Plate Pottery

Alright, I’m not an artist by any means. Ask me to draw a person, I’ll draw you a stick figure. Ask me to draw a tree, it’s going to be brown trunk with a giant green blob on top of it. This is why I did not go to Hot Plate Pottery for the longest […]

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Tahquamenon Falls

Eastern U.P. Trip Recap – January 2015

A couple weeks ago my wife and I took a quick trip to the Eastern U.P. to pick up some pint glasses from Soo Brewing for our U.P. Bottle Opener and Pint Glass Set. But since it’s about a three hour drive from where we are in Iron Mountain, I wanted to squeeze in a […]

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Why the “No Photo” rule, and other good things to know…

Hey there! I just wanted to take a minute to clarify a few things about our Upper Peninsula Travel Facebook Group. As the group has grown, I’ve chosen to implement a few rules to keep it growing in the direction I want it to go, and I’m going to explain my thinking here as well […]

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Yellow Dog Falls

#82 Find a Wild Beauty at Yellow Dog Falls

The saying goes something like “you’ll find it when you are not looking for it”. Yellow Dog Falls is that waterfall for me! I found it one day when I was out looking for another waterfall and I’m happy I did! Free, wild, and beautiful. Yellow Dog Falls are a collection of drops at the […]

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Quartzite Falls

#81 Go Waterfalling in L’anse

L’anse is not really a destination for most travelers (I don’t know why, it’s a cute little picturesque town!). It is usually simply a town on the way to the Porcupine Mountains or to the Keweenaw. But if you have the time, I really suggest taking some time to explore the outdoors surround this lake […]

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