Grand Hotel, Mackinac Island, Michigan

Mackinac Island, Grand Hotel, Michigan | Google Maps

It’s Labor Day here in the states. If you’re not familiar with it, Labor Day is a national holiday in which rich people go out of town for a three-day weekend and have poor people wait on them. 😉

Appropriately, Pegman takes us to the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The Grand Hotel has been a favorite vacation destination of Americans since 1877. If you’d rather skip the hotel, you have the whole of Mackinac Island to wander.

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Last week we had some new faces join us. It was great to see you! There was also a whole lot of synchronicity going on with repeated themes, situations, and even character names throughout many of the stories. Can’t wait to see what happens this week!

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About k rawson

YA author, freelance writer, technoligista, mom
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10 Responses to Grand Hotel, Mackinac Island, Michigan

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  2. Lovely photo and great images. I left my contribution at the blue-froggy, but here it is copied, just because: https://naamayehuda.com/2018/09/01/as-the-crow-flies/

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  3. Jelli says:

    Personally, I think it should be the other way around, and the rich should work the weekend for the poor so the poor can really have a rest. It won’t ever happen, though, too many greedy people. I’m off to vacation in my living room. Wondering the chances of getting hubby to get me some ice cream from the kitchen.

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