Camping Recap : Bay Furnace Campground : A Historical Monument to the Upper Peninsula’s Iron Ore Heritage with a Stunning view of the Pictured Rocks National Lake Shore Conveniently Located Directly Across the Highway from a Casino Where Your Destructive Gambling Addiction and the Dead Eyed Visage of Saint Nicholas are Beckoning You to Bet All Your Money on Black and Leave Your Wife and Child and Never Look Back.

Bay Furnace Campground : It was very neat and clean. The facilities were also freshly updated and well maintained. Plenty of beach to go around even if you don’t nab a spot directly on the lake shore. 5/5. We stayed here Labor Day weekend 2019 for our second anniversary!

Here are some photos :

Firstly : The furnace itself! Yes, this is named Bay Furnace because it is a bay where there was a giant blast furnace where they made pig iron. IMHO Furnace Bay makes more sense but what the hell do I know?

 

It was pretty odd to think that where we were camping was a developed town built up around a giant blast furnace at one point. Kind of humbling to think that in 200 years any evidence of my ass being here could just be wiped away. (This is called foreshadowing, kids. You may have to be a bit of uh inteleckshual to understand it.)

 

Campsite and Beach Views! That land mass across the water is Grand Island.

 

 

The following photos were taken along the beach just off of the Sand Point Marsh Trail where it connects with the North Country Trail.

Nap Time!

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Post Nap Asshattery!

*Models Booty* *realizes it’s a video she’s taking*

“There’s something wrong with you. I’m normal.”

You’re normal?

“I’m normal, but there’s something wrong with you.”

What’s wrong with me?

“Well, you married me for one so that’s like the biggest mistake you could make.”

I see. What’s my second problem?

“YOUR FACE.”

And the look I was given after the video was taken and her phone got nabbed!

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My name is Ozymandias, King of Kings;
Look on my Works, ye Mighty, and despair!

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Two goofballs dip their toes into half assed homesteading and attempting to live a more sustainable lifestyle.

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