What’s not to love about RVing around the Great Lakes in the summertime? That’s what I found out during the summer of 2011!
There’s much more to come, as I’m redesigning this special Michigan Miles site so I can collect comments, suggestions, answer questions, and hear about your own experiences. In the meantime, I have links to some of the original pages on Malia’s Miles on some of the new pages here.
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My initial decision to spend the summer of 2011 in Michigan was to meet my virtual assistant business clients. After all, they’re the ones that make it possible for me to support my travel habit!
But once I started looking at all there was to see and do in this beautiful state, I was amazed I hadn’t thought of it before. I set a pretty ambitious schedule, starting on the northeast coast, worked my way north, into the U.P., over to the Porkies, and back down the west side. Although I changed the return itinerary after the Porkies, here’s a link to the planned map of my entire trip. I’ll be updating this when I’m through with all the other pages of where I actually went.
|Press Coverage During My Trip:|
|DNR press release: “Texas Woman Goes Solo in her RV at Michigan State Parks”
UpNorthLive.com (Traverse City local ABC news station) did an interview that’s now on YouTube – “RV Woman Takes on Michigan”
Petoskey News Review: “Texas Woman Makes Petoskey Stop in Her RVing Life”
Outdoor Hub: “Living the Dream as a Fulltime RVer“
|Public Pictures on Facebook:|
|Even though I haven’t competed all formal website pages, I posted pictures and descriptions regularly to Facebook so my family and friends could keep up. These pages are all public, so you won’t need a Facebook account to see them. If I do say so myself, some of the pictures are amazing, but then with this subject matter, how can you help it!|
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