They’ve done a great job maintaining that history, plus it’s one of the few places where you get around strictly by horse. It’s truly a fun visit and you can watch the horses below as they are carded onto the island.
Did you know each March is Food and Ag Month in Michigan? Well, now you do!
When folks think of Michigan-grown products things like cherries, blueberries, and even Christmas trees may come to mind, but did you have any idea we ranked first in the nation when it comes to asparagus production...
The ship was called The Keystone State and was last seen on November 8, 1861, when it left Detroit for Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The ship was said to be holding farm machinery, but many think this was just a cover, actually carrying military equipment and gold.