|Gail and Al at the Upper Tahquamenon Falls||Gail at the Lower Tahquamenon Falls|
|The Upper Tahquamenon Falls, 50 feet high and 200 wide||A lake freighter passing the Lighthouse at Whitefish Point|
After a brief stop at the Seney National Wildlife Refuge, where we enjoyed seeing many species of birds, we went to Marquette. There we visted with Murray and hiked along the Dead River.
|Visiting with Murray at the Jacobetti Home||Gail at the Dead River Falls|
Al left Gail in Oshkosh so she could fly back to Maryland for the beginning of summer classes. Here she is visiting with her cousin Rae before leaving.
Al then went on to Black River Falls to meet up with Carl, Terri, and Wayne. Wayne was instructing a diving class at Lake Wazee near Black River Falls, and Terri was also diving.
|Carl and Al after breakfast at Perkins||Wayne and Terri near the dive shop where they were staying|
|Wayne in his wet suit at Lake Wazee|
After visiting with the siblings and before heading home, Al checked out some places in Wisconsin and
Illinois where his ancestors had lived.
Here is the gravestone of Al's Mom's great grandmother on the Green side. It states that Anna Hechlar, wife of John Green died May 22, 1869, aged 56 years, 1 month, and 9 days. It is in the city cemetery of Marengo, Illinois.