Lake Superior near Munising sea cave sunset, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Michigan, USA

Lake Superior near Munising sea cave sunset, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Michigan, USA
Lake Superior near Munising sea cave sunset, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Michigan, USA

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  • Hi Keith, I am thinking the same thing about how amazing it looks. The more I search the more amazing things I see about Michigan. I will be moving there this year and maybe you can suggest some places to visit that has interesting rocks, like you mentioned.

  • This is so beautiful. I was born in the upper peninsula of Michigan in 10-22-1936 but never seen anything like this. I picked up geodes on the lakeshore where there were impressive boulders instead of sugar sand beaches like where I lived in lower Michigan. Is there any specific history related to this particular spot? I was born in Stambough (Iron County) and my grandfather was a circuit preacher to Indian tribes in that area. I eventually migrated to Texas where I now live more comfortably without the very harsh winters, but it does get cold enough down here to remind me where I came from.

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