The Most Active Meteor Shower of the Year Peaks Tonight. Here's How to See It.
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Flying Over The Icy Waters Of Mackinac Straits HD
Come watch as we fly over the icy blue expanse of the mighty Straits of Mackinac! See the awesome power of the wind driven great lakes and blue ice as it get...
Snow Trekking in the Straits
According to Snowshoes.com, “From Europe to North America to Asia, people began using snowshoes over 4,000 years ago out of a basic need explore new territories and to find food in the winter…the great success of snowshoes for winter travel was first observed by European explorers with Northeastern tribes such as the Huron and Algonquin, which led subsequent trappers, hunters, and surveyors to adopt snowshoes as their own.”
Here in Michigan, early French explorers and missionaries are said to have learned of these winter accessories from the Native Americans who had been well established throughout the Great Lakes region.
Mackinac Bridge Authority, St. Ignace Michigan
Welcome to the Mackinac Bridge Website! Mission Statement: The Mackinac Bridge Authority is committed to preserve and maintain the State of Michigan’s single largest asset and one of the world’s leading suspension bridges to provide safe, pleasurable and expedient passage over the Straits of Mackinac for economic benefit and improved quality of life.
Mackinaw City at the Heart of Northern Michigan Rum Running
The 110-foot USRC Mackinac, later USCGC Mackinac, was built in Baltimore, MD in 1903. It was stationed in Sault Ste. Marie and served the United States Revenue Cutter Service from 1903 to 1915 and in the United States Coast Guard from 1915 to 1917 and again from 1919 to 1939, patrolling the Straits of Mackinac for rum running.
By Russell M. Magnaghi
Today as you stand on the south shore of the Straits of Mackinac looking at the iconic bridge spanning the Straits,
Ghost Children Pictures At Mackinac / Mackinaw City
Check out mikelclassen.com! Chance photos of a paranormal occurrance of ghost children playing in front of the Mackinac Bridge on the beach at Mackinaw City.