There's something special about red lighthouses. Maybe it's because there aren't very many of them around. Maybe it's because of their story. Regardless of the reason, the red Muskegon Lighthouses are some of my favorite lighthouses to visit.
With 3,200 miles of shoreline, it's no wonder why Michigan claims more lighthouses than any other state in the country. Point Betsie is one of the most unique and arguably the most beautiful of them all. Built in 1858, Point Bestie is one of the oldest lighthouses in Michigan and the oldest standing structure in Benzie... Continue Reading →
Celebrating the Dutch Heritage, the Tulip Festival is a week long event that takes place all over the city of Holland. Activities such as dutch dancing, 19th century crafts, authentic dutch dining, a parade and of course the viewing of over 5 million tulips makes this festival one worthy of experiencing.
I'm not sure if it's a Michigan thing but whenever we go anywhere, we have to find the best place to see a sunset. Preferably, that place needs to have water. That's how we stumbled across this little gem; Lake Butte Overlook. Lake Butte Overlook, located in Eastern Yellowstone, offers sweeping views of Yellowstone Lake.... Continue Reading →