I travel the rocky shores of Lake Superior and the gritty streets of Detroit taking pictures and researching travel guides.
-- Jeff Counts
Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Back in the 1950s when I was a kid, you'd see a lot of these types of welcome signs over roads leading into a town. But over the years they've lost favor with the local town fathers. I like them, they give you the feel of entering enterting a place with defined boundries. On my travels through Michigan I can't remember seeing another of this type. There is something like it in downtown Houghton in the U.P., but you're already in town when you see it. Anybody know of any others like this one in Frankfort on Lake Michigan.