34 – DON’T PICK THE FLOWERS!

Mackinac Island claims to be disabled-friendly, but its rough surfaces are not conducive to using walkers. The bike rental shop does indeed have motorized wheelchairs for

33 – MORE GREAT LAKES

We had a virtual cafeteria of possible Michigan destinations after Detroit, including more of Detroit itself, but the consensus was that we would next stop in

32 – SO NEAR AND YET SO FAR

With the shores of Canada directly across the Detroit River from the RenCen, and a bridge and a tunnel nearby crossing the river, it was a temptation

31 – DETROIT – RENCEN

Though now the global headquarters of General Motors, and owned and renovated by them at a cost of 500 million dollars, the GM Renaissance Center was

30 – DEE-TROIT–MOTOWN

The Henry Ford had been a really enjoyable but very long day, and the seven of us wanted to visit Detroit before we headed farther north,

29 – THE HENRY FORD–THE FACTORY

We were shuttled from the museum to the Rouge Ford Factory, where F-150 trucks are assembled. A broad observation ramp above and around the production line

28 – THE HENRY FORD–THE MUSEUM

The Henry Ford has a number of options and directions to go, but too many for us to cover all in one day, so we had

27 – THE SHORES OF ERIE

Even with the much longer stay we still couldn’t see all that we wanted to in the Elkhart area, but it was time to move on.

26 – AMISH COUNTRY

Elkhart and the surrounding area comprises the second largest Amish community in the United States. Gayle and I had visited the Pennsylvania farming area in 1991

25 – RV LAND

As usual, there was much more to be seen in Columbus, but in this instance the reason we missed several things was not only time but