Michigan Frost

This Fall take in a big deep breath of pure Michigan. and let yourself be amazed. 

Bike through brilliant tree tunnels, stroll still warm beaches, crunch into an apple orchard. Be amazed at nature’s ability to reinvent itself season after season. Be amazed at billions of blazing trees,  the  backdrop of autumnal panoramas against forests, trails and coastlines  It's that time of year when Michigan’s 19 million acres of woods crescendo into vibrant crimsons, oranges and golds. 

This weekend, as nature heralds the season’s peak,  live the words of one-time Michigan resident poet Robert Frost: “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.” 

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