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Crossing Paths and Small World Magic 1/22/17

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Don’t you just love when a story that began days or weeks or even years in the past reappears – and turns into an even better story? 697 more words

Mackinac Island

Cee's Black & White Photo Challenge - Public Transportation

This week, Cee invites us to take public transportation for the Black & White Photo Challenge.  My first thought was that I rarely take public transportation… 351 more words

Photography

Winter Mackinac Magic and Bodie's First Writing Attempt 1/15/17

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You think I’m kidding, but I’m not.  We had a couple of REALLY COLD days and nights – it even got into the thirties a time or two.  925 more words

Mackinac Island

Write a Good One 1/8/17

Tomorrow is the first blank page of a 365-page book.  Write a good one.  Brad Paisley – on New Year’s Eve.

HAPPY NEW YEAR, my sweet and dear friends!  1,263 more words

Mackinac Island

How to Visit Mackinac Island on a Budget

If Mackinac Island is famous for two things, it’s horses and expensive hotels. Being the budget traveller that I am, even though I was dying to visit I kept putting it off until I could come up with a way to make it to the island with at least some semblance of money saving. 647 more words

North America

3 Best Casual Places to Eat on Mackinac Island

By Cindy Diaz, Ontario Tribune
3:17 PM ET, Mon December 26, 2016

Looking for the best place to eat on Mackinac Island? Like most popular tourist destinations, the number of choices can be overwhelming. 158 more words

U.S.

“Castle Nowhere”: Constance Fenimore Woolson’s Great Lakes Gothic

In October, my article “Constance Fenimore Woolson, the Mathers, and a Marquette Literary Mystery” was published in the Marquette Regional History Center’s publication Harlow’s Wooden Man… 1,904 more words

Marquette History