Weekend Trippin': The call of Gitchee GumeeSunday, November 17, 2013 by: SooToday.com Staff
SooToday.com, in partnership with Tourism Sault Ste. Marie brings you a weekend feature highlighting the variety of adventures available for you, your family, and visiting relatives right in our own backyard.
This week Tammy Fiegehen hopes to draw attention to the beauty of the landscape in the north with her work as an artist and photographer.
"In any season, the rustic beauty of Lake Superior inspires me as an artist and photographer".
Like gravity pulls us to earth, the majestic Lake Superior beckons to me.
Camera in tow, I am summoned to escape to the vacant shores of Lake Superior.
For me, Lake Superior is a place of comfort, peace, serenity and inspiration.
As I drive over the crest of the mile hill... READ ON
More Weekend Trippin' articles :
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Behind the scenes
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Escape within the city
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Where the wild things are
Your own personal tour guide takes you down some of Sault Ste. Marie's most picturesque cycling routes - straight to the best sticky buns in the North!
Vin Greco takes you for a walk on the fairway with wine
39 Years in the Ultimate Window Seat: A Train Engineer Describes Life on Ontario's Most Beautiful Line
Your Motorsports Playground
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The Ultimate Caboose Camping Experience
Time Stops In Frontier Village
Bad Weather Means Indoor Fun
Locking Through Time
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Boomer4771 11/16/2013 7:05:50 AM Report
Yes I agree it is all beautiful. Now the government wants to ruin it all with wind turbines. What a money wasting shame. Go put the wind farms in your own back yards.
Flyers08 11/16/2013 11:52:52 AM Report
Too bad there wasn't a nice provincialy owned boat lauch/marina north of here to be able to get out in that beautiful water and actually enjoy it...oh ya....this is Canada :(
mawk 11/18/2013 12:35:35 AM Report
& I'd rather wind turbines to nuclear or coal plants!!!