Category Archives: Old Barns

North Manitou Island Backpacking

After a horrible, horrible summer, I took a sabbatical and went for a 5 day hiking trip to North Manitou Island. It is part of the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. Click here or on the image below to open … Continue reading

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SFW Porn

Maybe I should make a submission… I have a few glamour shots of my own.

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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.

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Barn it all.

Twitter/Flickr find of the day is this gem. Click the image to see the whole thing larger. Or, go to her photostream, which features many Michigan scenes, including lots of barns. Her Etsy website is here. She also works on … Continue reading

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