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The Mackinac Bridge Walk: a Michigan Labor Day Tradition

Yikes! I accidentally re-blogged a photo by Dave so I switched it out for the one below…

OPEN ARMS, photo Dave Trapp

The annual… 99 more words


Fort Michilimackinac at Mackinac Michigan

Michilimackinac is a name given to the region around the Straits of Mackinac between Lake Huron and Lake Michigan by the American Indians who originally settled in the area. 364 more words


Fudge Festival 2014

This past weekend was the big celebration of the Mackinac Fudge Festival. My anxieties are a little high this time of year because I worry about how well I can put forth the best of my fudge shops. 241 more words

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#TBT: Frozen Straits

Mackinac Bridge, photo by Mark Miller

OK, we’re not throwing back too far for this Thursday, but I wanted to share a really cool view that Mark took this February of the Mackinac Bridge and the Straits of Mackinac locked in the grip of the Polar Vortex. 48 more words


The Mackinac Point Light House

 Mackinac Point Lighthouse , one of the many wonders of northern Michigan.

Even before the coming of European explorers, the Straits of Mackinac were a significant hazard to water-borne travelers. 311 more words


The Mackinac Bridge

 Mackinac Bridge

The pride of every Michigander , The Mackinac Bridge stands out as one of the marvels of northern Michigan. In ancient times , the  Ojibwa tribe considered the area to be sacred.  422 more words