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    Temperature?

    Quote Originally Posted by txtinman View Post
    While we're talking about the U.P., what kind of temps. can I expect in July?
    Somewhere between freezing and 100 degrees!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fritzc View Post
    Somewhere between freezing and 100 degrees!
    Well that narrows it down a bit. I guess I'll take the Unigo so I can be prepared for anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fritzc View Post
    Somewhere between freezing and 100 degrees!
    Fritz didn't mention that it could all happen within a 12 hour period!
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    Thanks for the advice and warning. We'll be hoofing it across the UP on US2, I hope the only wildlife we see is in a National Park!
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    UP Weather

    It may be hard to believe but I can honestly say I have seen it snow every month of the year up there, eh? I lived near Marquette for almost 5 years and loved every minute. Hope to retire there. Take the Pictured Rocks boat tour (in Munising) if you have time. It is way, way cool!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by 2beers View Post
    ...Take the Pictured Rocks boat tour (in Munising) if you have time. It is way, way cool!!
    +1
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    Quote Originally Posted by patcarol View Post
    Do not believe anyone that states deer are nocturnal.
    The worst time for deer movement is sunrise and sunset.
    That makes them crepuscular - which they are. At least the ones in Wisconsin are.

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    How about Noon?

    Quote Originally Posted by 535is View Post
    That makes them crepuscular - which they are. At least the ones in Wisconsin are.
    Coming home from a Detroit Club Breakfast once, I came around a blind curve and found five deer standing right in the middle of the road. After a panic test of the ABS, I glanced at my watch and both hands were straight up in the Noon position.
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