Michigan’s Upper Peninsula: Coastline

After attending Stoker Con in Grand Rapids in May, Bob and I cruised on up to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and saw many pretty things.

These included Sleeping Bear Dunes, which are something like 450 feet deep. There are signs everywhere that tell you if you go down them, it will take you approximately 5.9 days to climb back up.

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We stayed the night in a cute little town called St. Ignace, which gave us a very generous sunset.

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It even had a lighthouse.

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The rest of the pictures of the coastline might be a bit out of order, but I’m pretty sure this is at the base of Sable Falls.

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And this is the Au Sable Light Station.

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Here’s the Log Slide Overlook,

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which posed very nicely for us with this awesome mist rolling in.

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though truth be told, one of my favorite shots from the coast might be of Bob gazing at the ocean.

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We call this “Awkward Beach Pose #51.”

Fin.

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