Michigan is an amazing state. I don’t understand why everyone doesn’t move here. For starters we have fresh water! Hands down when an apocalypse comes this is where I want to be. Also our natural disasters are mostly limited to blizzards and they really won’t kill you or harm your property. Setting aside the great people, places, and events in the urban areas, this state is fantastic because it has lush green trees and crystal blue waters that can’t be beat.
Danny originally planned for us to watch the sunset at Saugatuck Dunes State Park. It turned out that it was a bit more of a hike to the shore than we were prepared for in the evening (i.e. no flashlight). We started out along the trail but turned back after awhile. Since I’ve really come to enjoy hiking it was a unexpected treat I thoroughly enjoyed for about a mile.
The Mackinaw Bridge is the world’s 5th longest suspension bridge (i.e. it’s a long scary bridge on a windy day). We didn’t cross it this time but it is pretty to look at.
2 thoughts on “Michigan Adventures Part I”
So funny you mention the wind and that suspension bridge! I was just researching the Tacoma narrows bridge that collapsed after the wind caused intense resonation…. Not to frighten you more. Haha, I just stumbled across your blog and I had to comment!
Thankfully I keep to metro Detroit almost always so my bridge fear are minimal lol
Thanks for the comment 🙂