Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Fourth in the North

Upper Tahquamenon Falls, on the 4th of July 2015. Always beautiful!
There's nothing like the Fourth of July in the eastern Upper Peninsula. Tahquamenon, the Newberry parade - it's a tradition. This year, Matthew and Amanda, along with Debbie,  joined Karen and me for a great holiday weekend.

The Newberry is like any other small-town Fourth of July parade - until it gets wet and wild. You've got to watch the video.

Karen relaxes by the fire after a long Independence Day.

Know why the bridge was built? So Trolls would have a path to heaven.

On Da Bridge, Matthew is entirely in his element.