Travel Swellness: Moving on “U.P.”

February 13, 2014

Marquette Michigan

I’m packing all of my warmest clothes right now. Pretty much the items from my closet that have been in heavy rotation this crazy winter. That’s because where I’m about to go on is even colder than Toronto right now. That’s right — colder.

Dog sledding, though.

I’m going dog sledding! That will make it all worth it, I’m sure.  So stoked, have never tried it, plus I get to see the UP200 sled dog race — that’s because I’m heading to the Upper Peninsula region of Michigan for the next few days to try all sorts of winter activities.

I’ll share my article once it’s published!

(Photo from noaa.gov)

 

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  • 1. Health & Swellness &r&hellip  |  March 13, 2014 at 4:29 PM

    […] though, I try to remind myself of how winter is in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. If you recall, I visited the U.P. a few weeks ago. They get more snow there than Toronto, and it’s cold, but there winter is embraced. You can […]

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