Two sisters, stranded for two weeks on a snowed-in road in the Upper Peninsula, survived on Girl Scout cookies and cheese puffs.
State police say 56-year-old Lee Wright of Oklahoma and 52-year-old Leslie Roy of Nebraska were in good condition when they were found Friday in a remote area in northern Luce County near Lake Superior.
The women told authorities their Ford Explorer had become stuck in deep snow on April 11.
The two stayed with the vehicle and relied on eight boxes of Girl Scout Cookies and cheese puffs for food, as well as snow for water.
They say they tried to call 9-1-1 but their cell phones found no service in the area.
The sisters were rescued Friday when their vehicle was spotted by a state police helicopter.
Both women were examined at a hospital and released.