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Across the Mackinaw bridge


The Mackinaw Bridge is 5 miles long and 520 feet high, and connects the Michigan Upper Peninsula (UP) with the rest of Michigan.  It is subject to strong winds, and as such strikes fear in the hearts of big rig drivers.  Fortunately, we had almost no wind, and only traffic to contend with.

Through the windshield, approaching the mid span

So now we are back in Michigan, and next week will have our Travelling Supremes rally.  Between now and then, some sightseeing, and fancy food, I’m sure….

Bridge picture taken in 2007 from the south end

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