Last Spring I went with my family and a close friend of ours on a long weekend camping/hiking trip. Our destination was South Manitou Island which is a beautiful spot out in Lake Michigan. The camping is all primitive sites, tents only. Only a few sites even had their own burn pit for camp fires and cooking. There were restrooms so I guess it wasn't quite that primitive, but the closest store was an hour long boat ride back to main land, so forgetting something was a bad idea. The Island was really pretty and was a fun place to visit, but the little town where we launched from was really neat.
|fish nets drying on a wheel|
|This place was for rent, I thought about it|
Fish Town. Literally a very small town built around the fishing industry hence the name. This would be the kind of place I could really get used to living in if it was still a productive industry there. It now caters to people of all sorts who are on vacation either passing through or heading to one of the islands to camp for the weekend.
|This was the majority of the town|
|This was the dam|