After Charlevoix, we returned to familiar Michigan territory and the known regions in and around Grand Traverse Bay. We did find a few small changes, but nothing too earth shattering.
First, a regular restaurant update.
|Familiar view, unfamiliar place.|
I would rather be sitting on the bottom of this ginormous margarita glass with my pants off.
|My idea of "navigable water"!|
We did not hit up both places on the same day.
We did take a run up Mission Peninsula on Peninsula Drive and visited the Mission Point Light House for a bit. Mission is the little one on the right, and Leelanau is the monster on the left.
|Should I leave?!?|
Where the sign warns, "No boisterous or obnoxious conduct.
The Light and the view.
Rocks arranged in the sand. Because it is all about "the feeling you get when you realize there is no other place you would rather be."
Slugg-O here, demonstrating that she would rather be someplace else.
There were vintage mountain bikes around, sort of. This poor entry level Cannondale has seen better days. Still kicking though, after 20 years.
We also drove the M-22 up and around the point of Leelenau Peninsula at sunset and snapped a few.
One with the camera and one with the phone.
Maybe there is something to that stupid M-22 clothing slogan after all.