Canoeing In Michigan


2006

Tahquamenon River in Michigan

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The Tahquamenon River is a 94-mile (150-km) river in the U.S. state of Michigan that flows in a generally eastward direction through the eastern end of the Upper Peninsula (U.P.). It drains approximately 820 square miles (2,050 km²) of the U.P., including large sections of Luce County and Chippewa County. It begins in the Tahquamenon Lakes in northeast Columbus Township of Luce County and empties into Lake Superior near the village of Paradise. M-123 runs alongside a portion of the river.

Trip - Bill's Birthday 2006
Date: August 27, 2006
Start: in the lake below the Lower Falls
Finish:
Miles: 1
With: Leslie & William Eubank

 


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