Visiting Michigan's Upper Peninsula

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Programming Courtesy Of PositivelyMichigan.net on youtube

 


PositivelyMichigan.net's journalist Dan Salas bring us to a list of UP's attractions where we will learn their stories and listen to the people behind the scene. St. Ignace and local's plan to restore the SS Chief Wawatam's triple expansion steam engine; Gralyn Zoo Wildlife Park - The largest zoo in the upper peninsula; Top of the Lake Snowmobile Museum where the history of snowmobile come to life with 140+ displays; Oswald Bear Ranch - 240 acres rescue refuge for North American Black Bears; Blaney Park - a once thriving 1920s resort, Little Mac Bridge with owner John Goudreau over the black river; The Henry Ford Bungalow Henry Ford's summer house in L'Anse, Michigan, Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum at whitefish point where the salvaged bell from the SS Edmund Fitzgerald and other shipwreck artifacts are on display; Mission Hill Cemetery, the final resting place for the crew of the steamer SS Myron, Cut River Bridge - One of only two cantilevered deck truss bridges in Michigan, it is 641 feet long and contains 888 tons of structural steel; and finally The Bay Mills Indian Community with the Ojibwa. Programing courtesy of PositivelyMichigan.net on youtube.

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