Did I mention it was beautiful? Awe-inspiring actually. From the grandest hotel and bridge to the tiniest detail of the wildflowers. Even Odie had a good day. We didn't take him with us to the island, but we started the day on a great trail right here in the campground that goes thru the woods and opens up on the shore of Lake Huron with the bridge as background.
I simply couldn't choose just a few photos for the blog post, so I've embedded a slide show of all the photos I uploaded to our Picasa Web Albums. You can control the slideshow below by moving your mouse at the bottom of it - the pause, left and right buttons should appear. Or, you can click on the Picasa icon in the lower right and go to the web album for larger photos.
To me, this lifestyle is all about time. Getting more of it, losing yourself in it, making the best of what you have. I believe that time is the most important asset we have. I'm so glad we spent our day on Mackinac Island. It is now a memory somewhere in time.
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Thanks for the slide show! That island is cool. It was featured on the show "Dirty Jobs," and I bumped into it doing some vtravel. Now you have shared a bit more. Perhaps I will get there someday.
The movie "Somewhere in Time" is a classic. Just for fun, think about the time loop. Now, where did the watch come from? Whoa!
I love your travels, your blog, and your great photos. Thanks again for sharing!
Bob & I made the same trip last year - a trip fantastic! But we have one up on you; we walked the 8 miles, & then hiked up to the Fort & all around the shops. Yes, our feet hurt afterwards, but it was worth it.
Chris, this is how I want to put pictures in my blog...how do I do it? Sue
Here's the video that shows how to embed a picasa web album slideshow into your blog:
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