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Tom Walker’s Grist Mill, Michigan

Tom Walker’s Grist Mill, Michigan Historic Site, known as the Parshallville Cider Mill, located in Parshallville, MI. We got some apple donuts, and a cup hot apple cider. I am not sure which I did love more the donut or the cider? I love fall, one of the reason why I love trying new apple desserts or drinks. So so Yummy!! if you would like to make a visit, please check out this website for more info: http://parshallvillecidermill.com/ Thank you for stopping by. Hope you are well today. Do take care, Be Well & Be Blessed. Beth ( ;

The Packard Proving Grounds, Michigan

Let's for a minute, go back in time. .. to The Packard Proving Grounds, Historic Site, Michigan, "Packard Motor Car Company In 1899 brothers James Ward and William Doud Packard founded the Ohio Automobile Company in Warren, Ohio. In 1902 Detroiter Henry Joy and several other local investors purchased the company, moved it to Detroit, and renamed it the Packard Motor Care Company. During the 1920s and 1930s. Packard set the standard for luxury and design. Under the direction of chief engineer Jesse G. Vincent, Packard, known as "America's Master Motor Builder," also made advances in aviation technology. Vincent contributed to the development of the Liberty aircraft engine during World War 1 and predicted the growth of commercial aviation. He considered a proving ground to be essential to high quality." Such a fun day trip for us while staying at Algonac State Park, Marine City, Michigan. It was a fun free trip, lucky for us a couple and their parents were l…

Fallasburg Covered Bridge, Michigan

Fallasburg Bridge is a 100-foot span Brown truss covered bridge, erected in 1871 in Vergennes Township, Michigan, 5 miles north of Lowell on the Flat River, 13944 Covered Bridge Rd NE, Lowell, MI 49331. I love 2 see what pics my hubby will take when we are traveling, he took these shots. One from each direction, and even one looking out from the middle of the bridge. Thank you for stopping by today. Hope you are well. Please enjoy your day! Be Well & Be Blessed!! Beth ( ;

Algonac State Park, Marine City, MI

Hey there folks! Let's check out: Algonac State Park, Marine City, Michigan ...if you know anything about the hubby & myself ...we love so many amazing states ...here are a few that really mean so much to us: 
1. Virginia & West Virginia,  2. Montana & Wyoming,  3. Maine & Michigan 
... those are our top 3. So every time we get to Michigan ...it is like we are home again. There is not a location in Michigan we have visited that has not made us love it even more. This state park is just so amazing. Check out how close that water traffic is to the campground. You can just watch it go by ...so cool. & Right over that water way is Canada!! SO Close, SO Cool!! We saw tugboats, huge barges, tiny boats, all sorts. I think that is a huge reason why the fiberglass rally has continued to be held there over and over! I am one who enjoys going to new rallies every time, we have yet to go to the same one over, but you know what? I think I would consider going to this rally…