We quickly took our trip public, tweeting during the long drive up and then occasionally from town when we could get cell service. #EAV (plus the trip number, like 2, so #EAV2 for Excellent Adventure, Version 2).
While we didn't develop a huge following due to the verbal antics and character assaults, we certainly kept our existing followers entertained. Feel free to search our #EAV10 on Twitter for the latest comic relief.
Go ahead; I'll wait.
In all seriousness, we enjoy sharing the trip with our friends through social media. We don't go overboard, but followers will see tweets on the way up, the way back, and - occasionally - during the trip.
I tend to post a couple images a day to Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, mostly to make everyone jealous. ;-)
The beach area also gave us an added element of privacy from the main road and other campers. And, of course, it was a prime location to make pictures.
Marathon Scenic Lookout and Aguasabon Gorge
Every other day, we would make the drive into Wawa for groceries or sundry supplies. The trek in and out of town was slowed down this year, due to rock blasting along the highway. We never got to see the big KABOOM! but we saw the results.
Logging Roads and Lakes
There were many of both. We travelled two logging roads on a whim, Catfish lake, and I also visited Fenton-Treeby lake on my own one day.