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May 22, 2014


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Love this - such a beautiful place!

Tonya {The Traveling Praters}

I really need to spend more time in Michigan. Love your photos of the beautifully, relaxing scenery.

Dominique King

Wish we could spend more time in places like this ourselves! I like the fact that we can usually see loons here when it's tough to see them a lot of other places (especially in the Lower Peninsula). Thanks for stopping by Jessie and Tonya :)

Jessica @ Green Global Travel

Wow, what a beautiful area! I love your photos-- particularly the one of the birds walking straight down the middle of the road! I definitely need to visit Seney; it sounds like a wonderful wildlife refuge.

Dominique King

It is a beautiful place...and I got a kick out of how the birds pretty much owned the road :lol:

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