I’ve spent much of the afternoon idly daydreaming about the next visit to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, where I went to college and probably won’t be able to visit this summer because of the pandemic.
Naturally, that means going through the photos. Here are a few of my favorites.
Somewhere along the western edge of the Keweenaw Peninsula,
at the western end of the U.P.
Tahquamenon Falls, no rival to Niagara, no matter the booster’s claims,
but still pretty and you can’t go to the U.P. without a visit.
Somebody’s idea of a joke, but not so implausible as it may seem.
Miner’s Castle, at the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, near Munising.
OK, kind of hokey, but an exemplar for the friendliness of the entire Upper Peninsula.
My favorite road sign in the universe. Geology still happens.