Today is a special day in the United States. But my post isn't about that event on that day.
It is about our drive to Minneapolis. On our way to Minneapolis, we travelled on this road located along the east coast of Lake Michigan. It is considered one of Michigan's scenic drives for its over-reaching trees that often form a tunnel. It has its own Wikipedia entry HERE. In is description is "Note the lack of centre line". This is part of what makes it a scenic and enjoyable experience.
This is considered one of the top 10 motorcycle rides in North America. I didn't find it in the top 10 drives in America. Ot didn't make the top of the list of Michigan - Woodward Avenue in Detroit did because of a car rally each year. On the other hand, the roads that did make it look wonderful. Here's the thrills article HERE.
So we might want to look up the top 100 drives to see if it is on the list. Our second picture is the vineyard of the winery along the drive. The entire vineyard was covered - it made it look like a water fountain.