FALL COLORS STILL ARRIVING IN UPPER PENINSULA 

Fall colors in Michigan are a spectacle to behold. And Michigan's Upper Peninsula is one of the best places to witness them first hand. The Cut River Bridge is well known  for it's appearances on calendars and is a highlight of the fall season.

 The Heath Michael Robinson Memorial Cut River Bridge

Saturday's dedication of the Cut River Bridge to now honor fallen US Navy Seal Heath Michael Robinson of Petoskey, whose helicopter was shot down in 2011 in Afghanistan. A fitting memorial of both beauty and strength to honor the American Hero.

 

The Saint Ignace View of the Mackinac Bridge

Some of the best color viewing was surprisingly farther north. Sault Saint Marie and areas surrounding, still had more color to arrive while areas of Saint Ignace were already past their peak colors. Just remember, if you're heading north this weekend, expect long lines at the Tahquamenon Falls as the fudgies will be lining the roads. Cars full of "John and Martha's" who have left all of their manners at home in search of the perfect selfie to post on social media. "Enjoy! It's fall in Michigan."