Aug 28, 2022 – The Other Side of Michigan

From the Upper Peninsula, we crossed the Mackinac Bridge while towing the fifth wheel for the second time in our travels. This time we drove to the "other side" of Michigan, the Lake Huron side. Ten days later, we drove west to the Lake Michigan side. The red arrow indicates our campground near Alpena. Imagine … Continue reading Aug 28, 2022 – The Other Side of Michigan

Sep 19, 2018 – We’re not in the Tropics Anymore

Not what I wanted to see on a September morning! "Winter must be cold for those with no warm memories." Anne Bradstreet Using the reclining chair heater for the first time, I sat huddled in a fetal position under a crocheted blanket that was given to us as a wedding present from a dear friend … Continue reading Sep 19, 2018 – We’re not in the Tropics Anymore

Sep 3, 2018 – Full Circle in Northern Michigan

“The two most engaging powers of a photograph are to make new things familiar and familiar things new.” William Thackeray The sun peeks through the fog over the Jordan River Valley. It was like old times, driving down the rutty dirt road through the remote Jordan River Valley looking for a place to pull off … Continue reading Sep 3, 2018 – Full Circle in Northern Michigan