I love both of these trees
|My view from the kitchen sink|
The black walnut tree in the front looks like a cyclops saying "Ooooh!"
The black walnut tree in the back has the coolest branches - they're so intertwined they look braided
|So much bee learnin'!|
|Mercy sporting his new bi-colored tail|
|Road Trip Essentials: A camera, a map book and your besty|
|Chelsea, MI - Home of Jiffy Mix|
Relatively close to home & our first encounter with Michigan Ave.
|Muuuuch of our drive looked like this: farms/farmhouses and fields|
*You can tell how old a farmhouse is by its proximity to the road!
|Bronson, MI - Where they get purple street signs with Vikings on them. |
Also, where US 12 is called Chicago St.
|Our sister street!|
|St. Joseph County Michigan - Poorhouse/farm.|
|I wish I had gotten a picture from the front|
but I didn't know I would find an awesome historic one
|I wonder what this is for!?|
|The one and only historical marker we stopped at (?)|
|See? He gets out of the car to read the signs!|
Which shamed me enough to actually get out of the car
|One of the original pylons|
|We made it!|
|I think that the Great Lakes are incredibly beautiful|
|See what I mean?|
|I stole his hat and was wearing it at a jaunty angle|