In Michigan’s Upper Penninsula

We are alive and well in Trout Creek, Michigan, in the upper peninsula (the “You-Pea,” as the locals call it). Our route presently is Michigan highway 28, the aptly-named “Tunnel of Trees” highway. You can see M28 below in middle photo, and also the bottom, with Shaw.  You know you’re in the UP when a sign says “Cemetery, No Snowmobiles!”  And also – I regret not taking a photo of it – “Fathers Day Walleye Tournament, June 17.”

Lupine grows wild along the roads in the UP. Beautiful !  We also see many iris growing wild, too, where it’s marshy.


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