Today we decided to make the trip up Mt. Arvon again, Michigan's highest point. We did this a couple years ago, but in the past there has been no view. Some clear-cutting has gone on with the purpose of making a view. We drove as far as we could towards the top, but the sign said we had to walk a half mile and it had gotten rainy, windy, and colder, so we decided not to. We later found out it is actually only a quarter mile. We had to cross the Hundred Dollar Bridge going both ways. Important to keep to the center!
Then we went on to Irene's Pizza in Baraga. Gary thinks it's the best pizza in the state. I'd say it's one of the top two anyways! You usually get your own silverware and plates. The "waitress" is often a guy in shorts and hiking boots. The pizza we order is a thin, crispy crust with pepperoni and green peppers, and a lot of cheese on top of that. It IS delicious!
I'm a high school parapro and spend most of my workday helping kids plan their beyond high school careers. Before that, I taught reading to early elementary students for twenty years. I decided to write this blog showcasing my love of restaurants, the Keweenaw Peninsula of Michigan, flowers, birds, wildlife and more--sometimes connecting them all!