The Apple Tree Inn
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We drove to the UP (Michigan talk for Upper Peninsula) and enjoyed visiting St. Ignace and Mackinaw City. These areas are like others we’ve seen with cute main streets and lots of restaurants and shops. The Mackinaw Bridge was interesting to go across. It was the longest suspension bridge in the world when it was complete in 1957. We saw it in the distance when we rode the ferry over to Mackinaw Island back in June so it was good to ...
... northern Lower Peninsula over 350 million years ago
Luis found this one :)
Bear River flows through Petoskey ~
popular fishing spot for Chinook ...
A cold front has passed through bringing cool north west winds and providing another excuse to stay put and literally chill. The highlight of the day was a tractor parade that staged somewhere in town and crossed the bridge to St. Ignace. There were over a thousand antique tractors sloooowly chugging their way through ...
Today we decided to cross to Mackinaw City. It was a combination of weather forecasts and timing to finish our cruise by Sunday in Hessel. We might stop back to the island on our way to Hessel. We thought we might cruise to an island on the Lake Michigan side of the bridge but it wasn't quite the nice day needed to launch the dinghy and hike ashore. So we went under the Mackinaw Bridge far enough to say ...
... off the freeway into a nice lake area took out time to get to Mackinaw City which by the way is very picturesque. A beautiful bridge spans the two lakes Huron and Michigan it was completed in 1958 and an engineering marvel as it can sway in the middle up to yes believe it 35 feet!
Today was very windy and the Rvs and ...