I have lived in Michigan most of my life, and have only seen a portion of it’s natural and created places. In late March a friend of mine mentioned a place I had never heard of, a park with all cement bridges that were made to look like the texture of wooden bridges. Who knew this charming place was just an hour drive away.
To know more about this park check out it’s Wikipedia linkor click on the picture below to read the green sign.
We first stumbled upon these lookalike stumps that are actually chimneys to the house above.
Each bridge had its own personality and charm. The texture really was amazing! I often thought that maybe cement had been poured over wood.
Along the way to each bridge were interesting abstract images in the water that flowed underneath and inside man made ponds.
Besides the cement bridges the park also had benches, large bird houses, a pond, a water fountain and so much more.
My Friend, Susan, that introduced us to this place managed to take a few pics of me in my element with nature.
My favorite experience here, was of meeting the huge tree in the center! Well that and seeing these little guys below.
I hope you feel as if you walked through the park with us! I’m thinking of doing more walks like this. What did you think about all the pictures, were there too many or was it all enjoyable?
I’ll be posting again in 2 days. Thursday’s post will be about the “Spring into the Arts” art walk, that happened May 18th. See ya then!
Alright, I have been gone too long! This month has been crazy! I’ve got so many upcoming posts about all the projects and fun little trips that happened in May. Here is a sneak peek of these future posts~ ❤ .
One post that I’ve been wanting to share is of a park in Michigan called McCourtie Park. All of the bridges are made out of cement, but made to look like wooden bridges. A friend of mine suggested the place so her, my mother and I had to check it out! It felt like we stepped into the “Shire”.
2018 Spring in Bloom
When the flowers started to bloom I made a point to get out and take as many pictures as I could, and I have a lot too! ^_^
Spring into the Arts 2018
I was not as prepared for this artwalk like I thought I would be. I had my doubts about how my display would look this year at the Spring into the Arts, but in the end I had my wonderful family and friends to help me bring everything together! ❤ I couldn’t have done it without all the support.
Sleeping Bear Dunes 2018
After being on edge all last year, my mother and I decided to distress (celebrate her being in remission) and take time out to have ourselves a little vacation up to the Sleeping Bear Dunes national park. In the pinky finger of Michigan 😉 , we went camping, visited Lake Michigan a few times, and took a ton of pictures! It was definitely a trip well worth taking ^_^ ❤ .
Sleeping Bear Dunes Throwback 2012
After taking the trip to Sleeping Bear Dunes with my mother this year, I was inspired to share my first trip there in 2012. I had gone there to test myself and to see if I could camp and work at the national park by myself. I didn’t end up working there but I had an amazing five days that I will never forget!
There is much more to come! I’m thinking about posting these topics on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday next week. It’s so good to be back ^_^ see ya then!