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Rte 2-Northern Michigan-Scenic/Worthwhile?

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I am considering taking Rte 2 across northern Michigan and Wisconsin from St. Ignace to Duluth, Mn.

On my maps many sections are marked as a scenic route.

I have no idea what kind of condition the roadway is in or if there will be many traffic-related slowdowns in small towns, etc. The traffic is worth putting up with IMO if the scenery ends up being memorable.

I would appreciate comments, both positive and negative from anyone familiar with this highway.

My alternative would be to take the fast ferry from Muskegon over to Milwaukee and travel northwestward from there.

Thanks very much.

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