Category Archives: Hero

Flowers for her birthday.

A selection from the garden. Always thinking of you. Advertisements

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Vintage Vacation.

A selection of photos from my aunt’s collection depicting some good times at the Cabin during 1951 and 1953. Scanned from the originals. Click to open gallery.

Posted in Automobiles, Boats, Canoeing, Dogs, Fishing, Good, clean fun, Hero, History, Manistee River, Michigan, Name Check, Old Barns, Photography, The Cabin | 1 Comment

Old Sports

Here’s a couple more vintage Walled Lake pics. The first from is the 1939-1940 Walled Lake High School baseball team. The second is a  late 50’s/early ‘60’s Walled Lake youth football team.

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50 on 1

Isle Royale? Check. Kayaking? Check. Photography? Check. So, now you go check it out! Hat tip to Lynne S. for the link.

Posted in Astronomy, Aurora Borealis, Backpacking, Birds, Boats, Canada, Canoeing, Charts, Earth Sciences, Food, Good, clean fun, Great Lakes, Hero, Hiking, History, Isle Royale National Park, Kayaking, Lake Superior, Lighthouse, Mapping, Michigan, Night Photography, Ontario, Photography, seek a pleasant peninsula, Video | Leave a comment

Old Commerce Lake, Michigan photographs

Photographs of the 1930-1950’s period from Commerce Lake, Michigan. From my favorite Aunt named LuLu’s photograph collection.Pictures of the bucolic and sometimes hard life of some of Commerce Lake’s original permanent settlers. Includes views of the 1941 flood that resulted … Continue reading

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