My family and I are heading for the high country next weekend (also known as Northern Michigan). We will be hauling our pop-up camper on this vacation trip to “God’s country”. Of course, just mentioning our camper brings to mind some other camping stories that you really should catch up on (just type “camping” in the Search box and you’ll find them).
Those memories aside, this trip will be really unique. We’ll be camping at a campground just outside of Mackinaw City–where the Mackinac Bridge is–on the Lake Huron side of the Straits with our campsite being in the midst of some trees right on the shoreline! (To catch up on the importance of this, read my other entries about Mackinaw City–especially regarding fireworks!)
This kind of a trip also reminds me of the many trips my family would make to our family cabin up that way (again, great stories to read if you type “Paradise Lake”, “Carp Lake” or “cabin” in the Search box). That’s really where it all started for me, and it helps to explain why Northern Michigan plays such an important role in my life.
So read up on some of these, my friend, and join me next time as I report “live” from the beautiful Straits area of Mackinac in Northern Michigan!