I think people in The Middle have been hiding this place from the rest of us on the coasts and I can’t say I blame them! They’re probably thinking “New York you have Broadway and all that culture, Los Angeles you have glamour and more than your fair share sunshine we’re keeping this gem all to ourselves! I’m awed by the natural beauty that I’ve seen in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, it’s one of the most scenic and untouched places I’ve ever experienced. It’s been an absolutely wonderful week here and I’m looking forward to the rest of my time on the U.P.. This really is a place where a picture is worth a thousand words, so I’m going to shut up now.
Horse Drawn Carriage, Mackinac Island Has Been Automobile Free Since The Early 1900's!
Horse And Carriage On Historic Market Street
Horse And Carriage In Front Of The Grand Hotel
The Famous 660 Foot Long Porch Of The Grand Hotel
The Iconic Grand Hotel On Mackinac Island Built In 1887
Murdicks Has Been Serving Fudge on Mackinac Island Since The Days Of Queen Victoria In The Late 1800's. It's Now In It's Fifth Generation of Murdick Owners
Tahquamenon Falls State Park
Seney National Wildlife Refuge in Germfask
I Did See A Bald Eagle!
As Noted By The Caption I Did Not Take This Photo, However I Did See A Timber Wolf on My Bike Ride Which Was Amazing And Incredibly Rare So I Had To Have a Shot Of It And It Did Look Just Like This!
Seney National Wildlife Refuge
My Transportation For The Day
Run By Leon And His Son Wade, This Is Where I Rented My Bike. They Also Have Cabins And Do Canoe Trips. They Were Really Nice And Yes I Did Buy A Bug Hat
Alger Falls In Munising
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
Pictured Rocks Arch
Me Sporting My Bug Hat
Grand Island NRA ( The Size of Manhattan and No Year Round Residents)
An 1800's Shipwreck As Seen From The Glass Bottom Boat On Lake Superior