Friday, October 29, 2010


St Ignace, on the Lake Huron side of the Mackinac Bridge is a tranquil setting steeped in history.

Here is a look at the Lighthouse marina from the lighthouse boardwalk.


The lighthouse and boardwalk.


The old ferry ship’s landing. The cross arms and counter weights raised and lowered the automobile ramp.

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The lighthouse and fishing pier.


The old ferry ship docked alongside this slip. Our fifth wheel and truck can be seen in the distant parking lot.


The very end of the old ferry’s slip.


Passenger ferry going out to Macinaw Island. At first we thought we wanted to go out to the island. The more we learned about it the less we thought of the idea, so we passed on it.

1 comment:

Gail Durham said...

What a beautiful place.