One of the things we did on vacation, was take a glass bottom boat shipwreck tour around part of Lake Superior – it was really cool. We saw a couple of wrecked schooners from the 1800s and a barge wreck from the late 1700s. In the wreckage of one of the ships we could see the captain’s toilet and bathtub. Unfortunately, those pictures didn’t turn out, but I do have some lovely pictures of the Grand Island Lake Superior shoreline.
The following day we went to Kitch-iti-kipi. Translated it means the Mirror of Heaven. It’s the biggest spring in Michigan and yep…the water really is that amazing shade of blue-green. The water was so clear we could see the huge trout swimming around 45 feet down. I could have stayed there all day.
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These are gorgeous! Lovely, lovely pictures! Thank you so much for sharing!
OH MY GOSH!!! I so wanna go there now. You’ll have to be my tour-guide. Paid, of course. But that’s all when I’m rich and famous. heh.
How beautiful. I love Michigan and Ohio. >>You’re right, those are beautiful trees and I also love the hills and lakes.
Looks beautiful! How hard was it to return home? Everything looks so peaceful!
ooh, the shipwreck tour sounds sooo cool.
How cool! Absolutely beautiful.>I’ve always wanted to go out on a glass bottom boat.
Oh wow. That last one is just staggeringly beautiful. Aren’t trees amazing? And I am about the same shade as that water that you got to vacation in such a gorgeous place. But v. happy for you! Hope it charged all your um..batteries. I totally did not mean for that to sound dirty. >>xoxo>Sommer
What gorgeous pictures! I so want to go. Bet my DD would love it. I’m glad you had a good time. And all that inspiration.
I’ve been on that glass bottom shipwreck tour. Don’t you think it’s stupid to get on a boat with a glass bottom, when glass isn’t exactly the smartest thing to make a hull out of, anyway, and motor out to a place where other ships with non-glass bottoms have wrecked up?