Hemingway’s Michigan
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Upper Peninsula, Michigan

A river runs through Tahquamenon Falls State Park in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. The vastness of Lake Superior surrounds the peninsula, which is lush with unspoiled woodlands, waterfalls and weather-sculpted rock formations. (Walter Bibikow / Corbis)
This is a Miners Castle overlook on the Upper Peninsula’s Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore (James Dannenberg / For The Los Angeles Times)
Morning fog hugs the northern shore of Lake Superior in Keweenaw Peninsula’s Big Sand Bay. (James Dannenberg / For The Los Angeles Times)
The Fox River in Seney, Mich., which gave a youthful Ernest Hemingway his inspiration for the short story “The Big Two-Hearted River.” (James Dannenberg / For The Los Angeles Times)
The ranger station at Grand Marais, Mich., stands at one end of the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. (James Dannenberg / For The Los Angeles Times)
A guesthouse of the Old Rittenhouse Inn in Bayfield, Wis., a Victorian bed-and-breakfast that offers food and lodging, with views of Lake Superior. (James Dannenberg / For The Los Angeles Times)
The main guesthouse of the Old Rittenhouse Inn in Bayfield also houses the restaurant. (James Dannenberg / For The Los Angeles Times)
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