From early morning it was already raining and everything was wet, staying in cabin for the night paid it off.
While I took a visit to comfort station I saw many of the tent/RV sites were flooded with water.
Since it was going to rain pretty much the whole day, there was no reason to wait, I packed the laundry bag and headed straight for laundromat 30 minutes away in Hancock, the town of Michigan Tech university. In there I saw few other people from the same camp ground, drying their sleeping bags and other stuff.
Then I started my planned day ride for today, but the rain was worse than yesterday and on top of that there was fog which made a lot more difficult. I stopped at subway to have early lunch and wait it out for the weather. It got a little better and decided to move on.
It was amazing ride through route 26, I was glad I did it. I stopped on Eagle River for few photos and continued.
The ride was on and off with rain, fog or just wet. I made it to end of the peninsula and continued the return trip from different route. One of my planned route turned out to be dirt road, so considering the weather condition I decided not to take it and instead came back through route 41, another amazing ride.
Luckily through the best part of the roads the weather was cooperating.
The portions of routes 26 and 41, north of calumet in Keweenaw peninsula is a must for motorcycle riders.
It was still raining and fog and was getting cold, so cut the trip short, did some grocery shopping as I have fridge for tonight, and headed back to the cabin. Still raining and everything is wet. btw, the cheap gloves so far are working perfectly fine, keeping my hands warm and dry.
For the rest of the day just rest and relaxed inside the cabin.