A bridge known as Mackinac
Let’s you move up north
©2015 Annette Rochelle Aben
Very quick off the mark too!
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This seemed like a no-brainer for me, what with living in a State connected by a most remarkable bridge! Michigan, my Michigan! ❤
That is a beautiful bridge… in googling that, I also discovered the Michigan Bridge Connection, should you want to learn to play the card game 🙂
Yes, that IS a beautiful bridge and as it connects the two halves of Michigan, we are most grateful for it’s existence. Learn this card game? Could happen, could happen… never know
More about Michigan––that’s awesome. The bridge is impressive. To me, the Golden Gate Bridge is female and so the Mackinac Bridge looks like her handsome older brother. 😉
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It is a magnificent bridge indeed! Happy to see that people are checking it out and learning more about my great State. I will have the thought of Mackinac being a handsome bridge from now on thanks to your creative observation! ❤
I’ve never been to Michigan, so I don’t mind learning more about this state. Bring it on. Ah, ha, ha! That’s great! Thank you! Have a great weekend!
Wishing you a great weekend as well! ❤
Enjoyed learning that about Michigan and great that you made use of locality 🙂 nice haiku
Using my hand to give you the Michigan hello! lol thank you so much! ❤
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And today, there are tens of thousands participating in the Annual Labor Day Walk across the Mackinac Bridge. I am not one of them, I’ll use a car to cross that magnificent structure, thank you. 🙂
Never been to the US one day will have to rectify that. Haiku greetings from England!
We’d love to have you! Come on over!! 🙂
That would be awesome! One day…
An interesting geographic haiku Annette
Thank you. I am really a “mitten-kitten”
I loved this little haiku-sight to Michigan
Thanks! This is so much fun, being able to share Michigan with so many via the art of Haiku.
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