When I'm asked what I blog about, my response is short. I write about (my) life in New York City, books and coffee, and though I've never done an analysis, that is the content of about ninety per cent of my posts. But there are times that I leave New York. The fourth topic I like to write about is travel and the places that I am fortunate to visit. One of the places that I long wanted to visit is Mackinac Island, and last weekend I got my wish. I've already done a post, but in my too short stay there were so many great pictures. I'm only going to share a few of the place that caught my heart.
Later in the day I enjoyed sitting in the waterside park, with a view of the harbor. The sun had come out and it was relaxation at its finest.
This is just a quick hop through my visit to Mackinac Island. I'm planning to share pictures of some of the island's churches tomorrow. On other days there will be posts about fudge-making (the main tourist purchase), Fourth of July decorations and on Coffee Light and Mysteries (Mostly) Noir, I'll be featuring mysteries set in Mackinac. Mackinac isn't easy to get to, but so worth visiting.
I hope all of Buttercupland is enjoying the long weekend. As ever, thanks for visiting and take good care!