It’s officially Spring, and in seven weeks we’ll be on our way to Mackinac!
Ok, I know that’s still almost two months, but when you break it down into weeks, it doesn’t seem as long. We’ve been having so much fun this winter here at the lake, and right now azaleas are blooming and all the trees are budding out. It’s a beautiful time in the South.
But . . .
March is nearly over, and once April begins I know my spirit will take an automatic turn toward the North. I can already feel a shift in my inner being, a little voice whispering in my ear, “Mackinac is waiting . . .”
I know last Sunday I foolishly said the winter photos were becoming fewer and fewer. But that was before another snow storm hit the Island this week! Several beautiful photographs today as the Island camera buffs chronicle the new snow and what’s happening on Lake Huron as the big melt-down begins.
FROM MARY MCGUIRE
FROM CLARK BLOSWICK
FROM ROBERT MCGREEVY
It’s good to go finally from “Winter” updates to “Spring”! And even though the snow is still high on the island, the ice is melting in the Straits, and freighters are once more passing the lighthouses.
It won’t be long now . . . .