Upper Michigan has a unique way to celebrate. They open lanes on the Mackinac Bridge to walkers. The bridge connects Michigan's Upper and Lower Peninsulas, is 5 miles long, and was built in 1957. Click here for more info on this structure.
I was a 6-year-old when the bridge opened, and like many trolls (those living below the bridge in Michigan) my family was eager to check it out. It was quite exciting to no longer spend the day waiting for, and traveling across on the auto ferries!
This is a large mass of humanity walking the bridge. It's not on my bucket list, but here's to those who do it -- some every year. So, how are you celebrating this week end? I'm hoping to get some stitching in.