The first day was hot and sunny, but we rode in glorious air conditioned comfort, taking in Sea Shell City, Tahquamenon Falls (learning to spell it along the way) and Whitefish Point, with its Lake Superior shoreline and memorial to the Edmund Fitzgerald.
The Falls, were thunderous and wonderous. And I've never seen the big lake so peaceful.
After a nights sleep we awoke to a drizzly cloudy day. Our first stop was a bear ranch, that takes in nuisance bears from the DNR, thus saving their lives. While Sandy had her picture taken with a live cub, I opted for the safer, though fiercer looking fake bear.
While heading down to US 2, the main east-west artery, we passed some sand hill cranes, and had to get a picture.
And then while turning back around, of course we chose to use a cemetery, rather than a parking lot.
What else would you expect from the Cemetery Diva's? We continued along to the Lake Michigan shoreline. It was doing its best to imitate the usual appearance of Lake Superior.
Even with the rain, we still had a good time. It was down to a sprinkle when we hit the Casino for a bit. Later we returned to the land of the trolls, below "The Bridge", where we played tourist in Mackinaw City, shopping up a storm after a wonderful, if late, lunch.
I got home after midnight, yet still earlier than I expected.
Whew, I guess I will leave the knitting details for another post.