A Michigander's week to remember
Growing up in Michigan, every kid learns about the Mackinac Bridge. It's one of the industrial marvels in our state, as it finally provided an automotive connection between the lower peninsula and the upper peninsula in 1957. The bridge is 5 miles long and crosses over the Straits of Mackinac at the point where Lake Michigan and Lake Huron come together. It's the third-longest bridge in the world by suspension and is really an impressive structure.
Until Wednesday, I had never ...
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