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lighthouse 10 September 2014

Boarding the boat, The Hope, we set off on a three hour tour (not kidding) and got to hear every manner of Gilligan’s Island jokes. We passed right under the Mackinac Bridge heading off to the west to see the lighthouses that keep the ships, to this day, in safe waters. 315 more words

Because this, my friends, is indeed a flashy investment.

Today, it came to my attention that there are lighthouses for sale in the United States. Sure, this little tidbit might seem a little odd and not worthy of a blog post, but what’s more odd is my extreme, sincere desire to purchase one. 474 more words

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A Decade Without Mom : A Reflection Part 1 in an 8 Part Series

My, how quickly the time has gone.  On October 29th of this year it will be 10 years since she passed away.  Hard to believe that much life has occurred without her physical presence.   1,446 more words

My Bike Excursion in Photos

I hope that everyone’s Labor Day weekend was as fabulous as mine was! I had the awesome opportunity to bike around Mackinac Island and take some photos. 123 more words

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

Michigan

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

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