From the bloggers at Gypsy Journal RV.
Ever since it was formed by glaciers eons ago, the St. Marys River system has played an important role in the history and development of the region we now know as Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
The river, which forms part of the international border separating Michigan from Ontario, Canada begins in Lake Superior’s Whitefish Bay, and winds its way 75 miles southeast into Lake Huron. Throughout history, the river has provided passage to Indians, explorers, fur traders, loggers, and commercial shipping, and helped shape the lives and culture of the people who have lived on or near its shores.
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