Last night I found a heater in the cabin!, so I put it on to dry out my shoes, tent and anything else I had that was still wet.
Rain is reduced to drizzle, I packed everything and put in the bike. Last check in the cabin and nothing is left behind. Back on the road.
My original plan for next campsite was Porcupine state park, It was interesting as I talked with few other people in the campsite and they either came from Porcupine and they were planning to go there next. But I had to dismiss it and go farther as they did not have cabin.
First stop is Ontonagon. The ride was again foggy and wet, but manageable. It was small town, had something to eat and rest. Checked a graphic printing store with lots of sticker for cars to see if they have a sticker for Lake Superior circle tour, but no luck. Even the visitor centers did not have one.
Next stop Porcupine Mountains. Weather got much better, I saw sun and blue sky a little bit, and no rain anymore for the rest of the day.
The ride in Porcupine Mountains was another great ride in the middle of forest. Doesn’t matter how many picture I take, next turn still looks to be another great shot.
Checked visitor center in Wakefield and finally there is sticker for Lake Superior circle tour that I was looking for and now I can put it on the case of the bike.
I added another stop to my plan, Copper Peak. It’s an old ski flying platform which now is tourist attraction. Check their website for the information http://www.copperpeak.com It was worth the visit. From up there, there is forest as far as you can see. And I got another sticker that says I was up there in copper peak, but it’s too big to put on the case of the bike.
I have to be in next campground in 2 hours and the GPS tells me there is 1:50 to ride, so I continue to ride none stop to make sure I get the cabin for tonight, otherwise I have to tent or get a motel. With the state of weather I won’t risk setting up tent again. I passed by Ashland, it looked to be a very nice place to walk around and visit, but didn’t have the time for it this time.
I made it to the campsite on time, and the Cabin is actually nice, but no light or electricity. Even though the campground is on small land, the cabin is surrounded by trees and very private, looks like it’s in the middle of forest.
And the shower in campsite is coin shower, 50 seconds for a quarter, minimum 6 quarter for 5 minutes. I thought I would need a timer and a bag of quarter to take a shower tonight! But aside from the first minute of waiting for cold water to get hot, the rest was just fine.
Hopefully I will take some pictures from the cabin tomorrow when there is light.