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Saturday, July 28, 2018

We had a nice vacation in Michigan. It is really beautiful up there. We drove over the Mighty Mac bridge. It is hard for me to believe that just a few years ago Rolland & I walked that bridge on several Labor Days. This year I did lots of walking on the island. I would walk & then sit. It was a good time with my oldest great granddaughter & my daughter. We took a carriage ride around the island. The guides knew so much about the island history & that was interesting. There were fudge shops all over the place. We sampled & I had to buy some. I gave some to my sister who took care of my dog while I was gone. I also took some to the nursing home. That sure brought a smile to lots of lonely faces.

If you get a chance head up to Mackinaw City & Mackinaw Island.
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  • ROSIEJ1942
    When you drive up to Mackinaw, or to the Island, you go past my town where I live and I am just a few blocks away from I 75, also not far from the exit off ramp to Grayling just make a couple of turns and Bingo, here I am, Lol emoticon
    942 days ago

    Comment edited on: 12/31/2018 9:01:06 PM
    We have Mackinac Island on our bucket list. Back in the 70s we were stationed at K.I. Sawyer AFB on Michigan's upper peninsula. Never have lived in a more beautiful place. Glad you had a great vacation.

    1076 days ago
    Good for you for sharing the fudge at the nursing home! Glad you had a good time with your girls!
    1098 days ago
    Glad you had such a great time. I live in Lower Michigan so I have been there a few times. Love the beauty up in the UP.
    1098 days ago
    Im so glad you had fun. I have family in that atea and they always talk about how wonderful that bridge is.
    1098 days ago
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