From the blogger at Roadtreking.
If you’re like Jennifer and me, the more you travel around North America the more of a history buff you become. One reason, of course, is you keep running in to historical markers. The other is that history is so darn interesting.
Such it was for me the other day in St. Ignace, MI, during a stay at Straits State Park, just across the Mackinac Bridge in the Upper Peninsula. On a morning hike with Bo, our Norwegian Elkhound, we visited the Father Marquette National Historical Monument.
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