I was heading from Escanaba to Houghton with my wife on U.S. 2 thru da U.P. and I really was not paying that much attention to the signs on the road and at some point the road split and 2 went north and 41 went south but I did not realize there was an interchange there, it was just a fork in the road and I went the way that looked right to me. so we were driving along and after a while I started noticing signs that said Green Bay and I started seeing a lot of Green Bay Packers flags in the yards and then I started thinking we were going the wrong way, I switched the display on the dashboard over to compass and it said we were heading south and then it really it me, We were going the wrong way. We got to the town of Stephenson and I looked at the map and realized I went about 70 miles the wrong way. I fugred I was in Stephenson I might as well take a drive thru town. It was a Sunday night and like most northern Michigan small towns everything was closed on Sunday and it was strangely quiet
In the middle of town next to the railroad tracks was this cute little building. I am not sure if it was a depot or something else for the railroad but I am sure it’s been a while since any passengers came in to town by train.
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