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    • Thank you! This is at Charles Mears State Park in Pentwater, Michigan. A few steps from our campsite, there is a short hill, up a sand dune. There are trails and benches along the dune which overlook Lake Michigan. Each morning, I would go there, sit on a bench, and think or write or pray, for about 30 minutes. A true treat each morning! Enjoy your day!

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  1. For a ‘wordless Wednesday’, that photo speaks a thousand of them! Stunning is the first one that comes to my mind.

    Thanks for following Picture Retirement. Please stop over any time and get to know us. We have been busy moving lately and haven’t had time to post much. We hope to resume our retirement lifestyle and travels shortly.

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  2. I’ve visited Michigan in 2008 when I did a part tour of the states. I took hubby back in 2010 to visit a few states I missed.
    I remember the lake. I thought my flight was going in the wrong direction before a fellow passenger explained it was a lake. phew. Could have been costly.

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    • I took a ferry across Lake Michigan once. It takes 4 hours to cross, and when in the middle, you cannot see land. Glad you were going in the right direction! And I hope you enjoyed your visit to the states!

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    • Thank you! I look forward to reading your blog. Lake Michigan is a favorite of mine, too. I have been to Pancake Bay many years ago, but that’s the extent of my travels to the UP’s Lake Superior. Enjoy your day!

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