Spring in View

There’s been some changes going on down by the boardwalk that I could see slightly from my window, but I finally had a chance to see it close-up recently: The beach had receded so much over the winter that some parts of the boardwalk had reached under the boardwalk, so the city quickly began work…

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A View From My Window

This time in quarantine has taken a little bit of a toll on me… it’s difficult to feel creative while confined to one space. That being said, most of my time, when I’m not working on lessons for my classes, is being spent reading new books, finding new books to read (yes, this activity takes…

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Quiet Town

I’ve been in self-quarantine just as I hope most of us out there has, and it’s not the best feeling being stuck inside all day long. How has everyone out there been doing? There are quite a few measures put into place here on the island. We’re following all of Whitmer’s orders, and from what…

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Support this blog

Hi everyone, I hope everyone is doing okay out there, and am wishing everyone good health in these uncertain times. I have a new Mackinac Island blogpost to add tomorrow, but for right now, I’d like to share with all of you a new venture I’m pursuing. As you all know, I’ve written on this…

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The February Frost

February never seems to disappoint as a month for winter weather. You never know when the lake will decide to cut you off from the mainland. Well, I suppose you can have a good guess about it if you checked the weather and followed up on ice conditions enough… but for the average person like…

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A Mackinac Winter

Out of all the wintery days that we’ve had in this new year, none have seemed more like winter than last Friday. Just a brushing of light snowfall, so constant and unwavering that it gently coats the tree branches and winter foliage just enough to cause a whiteout all around you. When it snows, air…

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