Monday, May 10, 2010
only a few in winter, in the summer it teems...
..with tourists - who, want to see,
the town and the island, on out great "inland seas."
This is the southern end of the Mackinac Straits bridge,
the other end lands on the Upper Peninsula edge.
to go to the island you'd take a ferry,
or snowmobile in winter, but it would be scarey.
Middle: The Lighthouse Point Light (notice it's made completely of stone).
Bottom: The Village of Mackinac Island, no motor vehicles allowed, only horse carriages, bicycles or snowmobiles in the winter. The entire village is on the National Historic Register.