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Shallow waters and a sand bottom reflect the sun in a shimmering array of shapes and lines in Lost Lake. There is a great pathway that goes around this lake, taking you through woods with water on either side while you walk along a soft pine-needle pathway. This photo was shot from a wooden path bridge that connects the mainland to an island. Lost Lake is in Ludington State Park.
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Vintage Michigan History Heritage Travel & Tourism Collectible Map Card Great Production Value and Art GREETINGS FROM MICHIGAN 13
Explore UpNorth Memories - Don Harrison's 111945 photos on Flickr!
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These are the top 30 things to do in Traverse City: spooky tours, outdoor adventures, water sports and more!
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Kitch-iti-Kipi -This Surreal Spring in Michigan's Upper Peninsula is a Must See - This Michigan Life
Visiting Kitch-iti-kipi, which means Big Cold Spring, in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is like stepping into a technicolor fantasy world that exists on a movie screen. We set out for Kitch-iti-kipi on a day in early July. It was a stop on our trek from St. Ignace to Fayette Historic State Park on the Garden Peninsula....
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Ways to water in the MIdwest: Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore gets its name from striking sandstone cliffs streaked by minerals. It’s especially lovely at sunset. See the Lake Superior lakeshore by tour boat or kayak, or explore the forested shoreline to hike to beaches and waterfalls.
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Student creates ultimate Michigan road trip using suggestions from the Pure Michigan campaign
10 Hidden Gems In Michigan Every Nature Lover Should Add To Their Bucket List | Most Michiganders Don’t Even Know About These!
Whether you're from Michigan or have always wanted to visit the Great Lake State, there are plenty of bucket list locations we know you need on that list of yours. It is known as a state of constant construction and a winter that will bring down even the most optimistic person. Behind some of the bad rap Michigan gets, it is a beautiful state that will blow you away with a variety of sand dunes, state parks, mountains and waterfalls. Everybody knows about Sleeping Bear Dunes and Tahquamenon…
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