Our last stop in Michigan was Porcupine Mountains State Park. The Porcupine Mountains were named by the native Ojibwa people, supposedly because their silhouette had the shape of a porcupine. We had quite a weather change — from a high of 66 to 86. It also brought our first run-in with bugs. Our campsite had hundreds of flies, so we were sort of forced to stay inside a lot.
We did get to go to Lake of the Clouds (first picture) and the Bonanza Falls (next two pictures) which were quite beautiful. The next to the last picture shows flowers that were growing all along the roads in the park. The last picture shows the stones on the beach of Lake Superior. There are entire beaches that look like this. It is amazing.