Safe Harbor

Good evening friends,

I love this little harbor.  This is Fayette Historic State Park’s harbor in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.  Fayette is a former townsite where pig iron was manufactured and then shipped to steel companies in the Great Lakes area. The town was bustling from 1867-1891.  Several homes in townsite have been restored, as well as the hotel, and a building describing the pig iron manufacturing business.  There are 19 buildings onsite in all.  There is a campground, a picnic area, and trails to walk alongside the harbor and Sand Bay in Lake Michigan.


If you would like to learn more about Fayette Historic State Park, click here.

Thanks for reading and good night….
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21 thoughts on “Safe Harbor

    • It is a neat little village…and the Upper Peninsula is usually cooler than downstate. It’s very beautiful up north! I’ve always wanted to go to Martha’s Vineyard! Someday!

  1. It sure looks safe. Even the speed boats are protected.
    They look like toys 🙂 I would like to have one of those.

    Nice image Judy. your photography skill is awesome 🙂

    • I love Bar Harbor! I’ve been there once and fell in love with it! Yes, indeed! Thanks for the reminder. There are many small, charming villages and quaint harbors all the way up the east coast. I loved that drive. Thank you, Amir….oops. I mean Elyas! 😉

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