Posts tagged "northern Michigan"

A Petoskey State of Mind

I promise, I will not use my science background to bore you too much, nor lecture on random facts, but, well, this summer I discovered a strange and amazing facet of northern Michigan. The beaches on Lake Michigan are sparsely littered with fossils of sea shells and most notably- these six sided corals called Petoskey Stones. They’re even... Read more »


Our family has decided to follow an old McCarron family tradition and vacation in northern Michigan every summer. We eat cherries with every meal, as a snack, before bed. We dream about cherries. We plan out our day to visit a different cherry farm stand and debate whose are better. We even make up recipes... Read more »