The Great North

October 6, 2010 § Leave a comment

For the last four summers I have spent those warm months on a small island tucked between Michigan’s Upper and Lower peninsula, Mackinac. I work as a historic interpreter there (dressing up in 19th century clothing and talking to people) The island however is also a beautiful place and has inspired artists for the last 200+ years. So I’d like to share a little piece of the beauty of Mackinac and some of my favorite people on it, with some of these photographs from late summer/early fall.

Rob and I got this little collapsible, portable grill this summer which is great for afternoon bike rides around the island. We usually stop somewhere along the beach on the north side of the island and cook our little hearts out with one of the best views around. There has been some super tasty food coming off that grill!

This is just the tip of the iceberg, if you ever have the opportunity visit Mackinac Island and see all the beauty for yourself! The pictures never quite seem to do it justice.

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