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The cabin is right off of the lake and is a great place to fish or watch beautiful sunrises. They recommended some great adventures we went on, such as kayaking down the Sturgeon River and viewing Hungarian Falls. There is also a fire pit where you can grill some delicious meats and vegetables, as well as an old fashioned sauna with a massage chair right by the lake. All in all, we wish we could've stay their longer. Oh, and if you do come down and stay, make sure to bring some canned beer so Keith can add it to his collection!
I highly recommend staying with Keith and Julie. The cabin was great, the lake was beautiful and serene, and the sauna was wonderful. I felt extremely welcome there and wish I could have more time to hang out and talk with them both. It was a great place to recuperate after a long backpacking trip. They were very welcoming and pointed us in the right direction to see all that this area of the U. P has to offer! Connecting with my heritage -- the 'wood-burning sauna, jump in a lake' Finnish tradition, and an opportune cancellation to open up the booking, was what unexpectedly detoured our trip up to Chassell.
I didn't know that specifically there was so much Finnish influence here but admittedly still pretty assimilated -- do check out the one diner that offers Finnish breads and pancakes; somebody needs to jump on opening a restaurant with local seafood and Finnish cuisine.
We missed the Northern Lights display, but after a long, informative conversation with Keith and Julie over wine we thoroughly enjoyed a midnight sauna bath and dips in the shallows of the lake. The cabin was fine and comfortable and had a handy kitchen. A warm shower required, as described, a walk into the house. A fun experience -- wish we could have stayed another night. Stayed here the night before heading out to Isle Royale. Gorgeous location on the lake and wonderful hosts, really interesting to talk to and knowledgeable about exploring the area.
Sauna was all fired up by the time we arrived, could not have asked for a better night before a long camping trip. Nestled in Keith and Julie's beautiful garden you'll find their family's cabin by the lake. A beautiful dock is next to your doorstep for you to dip into the lake, and then step into the hot sauna.
What more could you want? Keith and Julie of course! Julie's watercolor and oil paintings are all over their home and cabin, Keith will tell you all about his fishing adventures and their dogs will come snuggle you even for a quick moment. Home away from home!
Thank you Michelle for sharing your cabin with us. The whole area was fantastic. We truly enjoyed the accommodations were all that was advertised. We went to Marquette viewing waterfalls boat trip on Superior, and just enjoyed nature on the lake.
Fished every morning and evening catching pike and even had one for the guest of honor Friday night for supper. It was a blast watching the pine squirrel and grey jays eating peanuts off the deck railing. Also watched a wood duck on the lake. This hopefully will not be the only time we visit this paradise in Michigan. Thanks again for the rental. Our stay was great, the house and the views are amazing. We stayed for the weekend to snowmobile, and had an awesome time. We had a wonderful time.
This place was wonderful. The kids loved play on the sandy beach and taking the boats out in the lake. Our son became and expert Frog catcher.
It was close with in 50 minutes to marquette which had all the modern conveniences and sights. Iron Mine in Iron mountain to the south was worth the drive too. Very quiet and peaceful. Our best vacation yet. We really enjoyed our visit to the cabin! The cabin has great amenities. Our host was in good contact with us about the details before our trip.
The cabin has really charming decor. This cabin is absolutely beautiful. It is kept extremely clean and was accommodating to all of our needs. This is the perfect place for spending time with close friends and making memories. This cabin is very homey and located in a beautiful location just south of Republic, Michigan. It was a treat to spend several days together with family and friends on a private lake. We enjoyed fishing, kayaking, canoeing, and four-wheeling from downtown Republic to Ishpeming we brought along our own ATVs.
We also got a kick out of the Yooper Tourist Trap in Ishpeming! Thanks for sharing your cabin, Holtrop Family! No wifi, however a blessing in the end.
Overall, the place was okay. Nothing special, for sure. It was hard to find at night, but ultimately we realized that the property was actually converted from a restaurant. An extra curtain or two would've been nice, to give a sense of privacy not that Sidnaw, MI is very busy anyway.
There were some creepy run-down sheds out back, and a few ladybugs in the interior of the home no serious bugs or anything. Otherwise, it was fairly clean, warm, quite spacious, and had decent internet connections. For our purposes, it was a good stopping point for our road trip across the U. If you do wind up staying here, check out the Hardwood Steakhouse about 10 mins up the road.
Also, it's worth knowing that almost everything restaurants, gas stations, etc close after 10pm or earlier, so plan accordingly. So much more space than a hotel at the same price. It was comfortable and worked well for us as there were no Hotels in Houghton to drop our Freshmen son off at Tech. I would have liked some power plugs in the master bedroom for plugging in our phones I would stay here again.
The Sidnaw Lodge was a great stay! Comfy beds, fully furnished kitchen, great wifi and streaming services available. The coffee and tea bar was a great asset.
Separate shower and bathroom was convenient. Overall the place was very comfy and cozy! This place is really good for a group of The place is in the middle of nowhere but If you are driving then its good value for money.
If you want a clean place with full kitchen and comfortable living space. Way better than a hotel because I could save money by cooking our meals, and no loud neighbor. Great place and great trip for us. Would definitely stay here again. I will say this, the looks from outside are decieving. But open the door, it's wonderful. We enjoyed the games, WiFi, and the decor. I would highly recommend this place for someone that is in the area trail riding, hiking, or just needing a getaway.
Laura prepared nice beers and coffee for us. Cool wifi supported when your cell phones are out of service. But the heating air conditioner is not working so well, kind of cold in snowy weather. We had a wonderful experience staying here. The home was clean, the surrounding property was beautiful and the bed was comfortable. I have been coming to the UP to visit family my entire life. This trip will be another fond memory.
We highly recommend this home! Our first child was heading off to the college of his choice: We live in Washington State--so we traveled via airplane to bring him to school for the first time.
When we looked around for hotel accommodations for the weekend we found that there weren't any available! Apparently we were late in booking a hotel. On a whim, I tried to find something through airbnb./p>
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As the German POWs exited the train, they laughed and waved at the people. Although many residents were distrustful, their fears were not warranted. The POWs captured mice, squirrels, snakes and other small animals.
It was not their only activity. The 16 piece orchestra was often heard. The education at this camp was strong. Classes in English, German, French, math, shorthand and music history were offered allowing the men to increase their work skills.
A group was planning on reassembling one of the towers. It had been taken down and stored in two locations. That really is all that is left besides the memories of the residents. At first these POWs rebelled against the authorities.
They broke saws and punctured tires. This seemed to end when they were forced to walk back to camp 12 miles in a snowstorm. After that, they became hard workers. Once they seemed to settle, a friendlier atmosphere was found. Several of the POWs became personally involved and seemed to be reminded of their own relatives back home.
Often the POWs would throw candy to the children and the residents would throw vegetables to them and some even brought fishing gear to the camp. This only extended to the general soldiers. There were also SS officers at this camp who continued to support Hitler with their attitudes…they did NOT receive similar kindnesses. Some of the activities at this camp included a choir, competitions of soccer, track and ping pong. This amount allowed them to purchase candy, cigarettes and even beer.
Ironically, the wood that was cut by these men went into making crates to ship war supplies to our troops. Although a concern was for the prisoners to attempt to escape, very few actually did. Between the language difficulties, the fear of retribution from the residents and even the distant location of the camps, the idea of fleeing seemed to detour the POWs. In fact, between the good conditions of the camps and the treatment the POWs received, many friendships resulted.
An example of this was the red cloths that the guards put on the POWs. Since they were working in the woods, they would be more easily seen by the local hunters. Each camp had supplies sent by the German Red Cross, regular mail delivery and church services. When these camps were disbanded in , the men had to be sent back to their own countries. Many of these men had formed such good relations with the local residents that they returned to become upstanding members of the communities.
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