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It's certainly a lovely spot. I note similarities with the Michigan U.P. - only salt water rather than the fresh of Lake Superior.I do hope we've solved your SC access problems.
RJA:And Lake Superior is wonderful also, spent some time there on the Ontario side, it often looks like the ocean with the wild water.Yes I now accessed your blog, wonder why I'm on the evil-doer list?XOWWW
wow, really?I thought my home of Cape Cod would be number one with the National Seashore.
I hope all those visitors do not spoil it!
I'm on my way. Meet me at your mailbox. I can stay just a month or two.
better duck and cover - the tourists will soon arrive in droves!
What Grannymar said! Once a place becomes the in destination, the tourist hordes can be a pain in the neck. At least the sunbathers will go somewhere else.
Looks delightful, WWW! And so peaceful. These days, for us, anywhere that other people don't go is "the best place." Most of the better looking places of this sort have changed, and become nasty tourist traps, but there are a few well-kept secrets, surprisingly enough even in these parts.The National Geographic ought to know better than to give your secret away. Shame on 'em!
WAW, you are one lucky lady!
Oh fine, just fine, now you can say good bye to your lovely place. Tourists can sure mess up things in a hurry.Wait does anyone read NG anymore? There is a sliver of hope yet...
Your photos have long convinced me of this. Great to have National Geographic confirm it, though! And the photo above has a view I don't remember seeing before.
All:Yes we are a little nervous of marauding hoards of tourists demanding Disneyland North!Stan: I took this standing in my garden looking right (East towards Galway) and took the pic for the child (now grandmother herself) who was raised in my house and now lives in Connecticut and is a friend on FB. Small world department...XOWWW
"the only way to defeat tourism as a threat to our way of life is to stop it, eliminate it, and destroy it where it grows."George W Bush
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