Michigan Travel Tips
 

THE CATALOG PAGE
 

The Hologlobe Press
Postal Box 5263
Cheboygan, Michigan  49721
 

copyright c. 2017



    This page is the catalog page for the Michigan Travel Tips publications, which are written by Victor Edward Swanson, the publisher of The Hologlobe Press.  The catalog is designed to give an individual access to the current publication and all previous publications.  A new Michigan Travel Tips publication is published monthly, and each edition provides information about places to see in Michigan, and some of the information is presented through four public service announcements that have been designed to be used by staffers of radio stations, though anyone may read the announcements.
    To see the editions of Michigan Travel Tips, you have two options.  You may start by clicking on any edition and reading it, and when you finish reading it, you will find a link to the previous edition at the bottom of the page, and once you reach the first edition ever published, you will find a link to the main page of The Hologlobe Press (www.hologlobepress.com).  Each edition has a link at the bottom of the page to the catalog page so that you can enter any edition and read the edition, and then you can easily return to the catalog page by clicking on the link (Catalog Page), and then you can choose any other page you wish to see or you can go to the main page of The Hologlobe Press.
    This page has been set up so that you can always easily return to the main page of The Hologlobe Press by going to the bottom on the page and clicking on www.hologlobepress.com, and the main page of The Hologlobe Press has a link to AltaVista (a search engine at www.altavista.com) so that you can easily go to AltaVista and other places on the Internet, and that link is at the bottom of the main page of The Hologlobe Press, and you will find a link to Google (a search engine at www.google.com) at the bottom of the main page of The Hologlobe Press, and you will even see a link to Yahoo! (a search engine at www.yahoo.com).
    People who know little about Michigan or know nothing about Michigan have to remember the state of Michigan is divided into two parts or two peninsulas, which are informally referred to as the "Lower Peninsula" (which is shaped like a hand) and the "Upper Peninsula."
 


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To see the current edition (published on
    August 10, 2017), click on: Travel #160.
   The main story features:
        *    Margaret B. Upton Arboretum, St. Joseph,
                Berrien County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    Stage Nature Center, Troy, Oakland
                County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-fifty-ninth edition
    (published on July 10, 2017), click
    on: Travel #159.
   The main story features:
        *    Margaret Lentini's mural in Washington
                Park, Cheboygan, Cheboygan County,
                the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-fifty-eighth edition
    (published on June 10, 2017), click
    on: Travel #158.
   The main story features:
        *    Keweenaw Adventure Company, Copper
                Harbor, Keweenaw County, the Upper
                Peninsula.
        *    Keweenaw Water Trail, the Keweenaw
                Peninsula, the Upper Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-fifty-seventh edition
    (published on May 10, 2017), click
    on: Travel #157.
   The main story features:
        *    Mr. Mustache and Company, Rogers City,
                Presque Isle County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    QLINE, along Woodward Avenue, Detroit,
                Wayne County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-fifty-sixth edition
    (published on April 10, 2017), click
    on: Travel #156.
   The main story features:
        *    The Alamo Historical Society and Museum,
                Alamo, Kalamazoo County, the Lower
                Peninsula.
        *    Kilwins Chocolate Kitchen, Petoskey,
                Charlevoix County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    The Shula F. Giddens Memorial Gardens,
                De Tour Village, Chippewa County, the
                Upper Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-fifty-fifth edition
    (published on March 10, 2017), click
    on: Travel #155.
   The main story features:
        *    The Michigan Women's Historical Center
                & Hall of Fame, Okemos, Ingham County,
                the Lower Peninsula.
        *    The Watrousville Museum, Watrousville,
                Tuscola County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-fifty-fourth edition
    (published on February 10, 2017),
    click on: Travel #154.
   The main story features:
        *    40 Mile Point Lighthouse Park, near Rogers
                City, Presque Isle County, the Lower
                Peninsula.
        *    The Henry Ford Museum of American
                Innovation, Dearborn, Wayne County,
                the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-fifty-third edition
    (published on January 10, 2017),
    click on: Travel #153.
    The main story features:
        *    "The Believer", at the Emerald Theatre, Mt.
                Clemens, Macomb County, the Lower
                Peninsula.
        *    The Hardy Dam Rustic Nature Trail, near
               the Hardy Dam of Croton Township,
                Newaygo County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    Sand Hills Lighthouse Inn, Ahmeek,
                Keweenaw County, the Upper Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-fifty-second edition
    (published on December 10, 2016), click
    on: Travel #152.
    The main story features:
        *    The Magoon Creek Natural Area, Manistee,
                Manistee County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    The Monet Garden, Muskegon, Muskegon
                County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    The Yankee Air Museum, Willow Run
                 Airport, Wayne County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-fifty-first edition
    (published on November 10, 2016),
    click on: Travel #151.
    The main story features:
        *    "Big Buck Beer Bottle", Big Buck Brewery and
                Steakhouse, Gaylord, Otsego County, the
                Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-fiftieth edition
    (published on October 10, 2016),
    click on: Travel #150.
    The main story features:
        *    Miners Memorial Heritage Park, Ironwood,
                Gogebic County, the Upper Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-forty-ninth edition
    (published on September 10, 2016,) click
    on: Travel #149.
    The main story features:
        *    "Embracing Peace", Royal Oak, Oakland
                County, the Lower Peninsula.  [Note: I
                had to--had to--cover it once again.]

To see the one-hundred-forty-eighth edition
    (pubished on August 10, 2016), click
    on: Travel #148.
    The main story features:
        *    "United We Stand", the Charles H. Wright
                 Museum of African American History,
                 Detroit, Wayne County, the Lower
                 Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-forty-seventh edition
    (published on July 10, 2016), click
    on: Travel #147.
    The main story features:
        *    "Embracing Peace", Royal Oak, Oakland
                County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-forty-sixth edition
    (published on June 10, 2016), click
    on: Travel #146.
    The main story features:
        *    The Kinross Heritage Park and Military
                Museum, Kinross, Chippewa County,
                the Upper Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-forty-fifth edition
    (published on May 10, 2016), click
    on: Travel #145.
    The main story features:
        *    Awakon Park, Onaway, Presque Isle
                    County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    The Quilt-Block Walking Tour, Cheboygan,
                    Cheboygan County, the Lower
                    Peninsula.
        *    The World Heritage Air Museum, Oakland
                    County International Airport, Waterford
                    Township, Oakland County, the Lower
                    Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-firty-fourth edition
    (published on April 10, 2016), click
    on: Travel #144.
    The main story features:
        *    The Battle Creek Regional History Museum,
                    Battle Creek, Calhoun County, the
                    Lower Peninsula.
        *    The St. Charles Area Museum, St. Charles,
                    Saginaw County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    The Sunrise Coast Birding Trail, between
                    the Oscoda area (of Iosco County)
                    and Historic Mill Creek State Park
                    (of Cheboygan County), in the
                    northeastern region of the Lower
                    Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-forty-third edition
    (published on March 10, 2016), click
    on: Travel #143.
    The main story features:
        *    The Berlin Speedway, Marne, Ottawa
                    County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    The Onaway Speedway, Onaway, Presque
                    Isle County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    The Owosso Speedway, Owosso,
                    Shiawassee County, the Lower
                    Peninsula.
        *    The Merritt Speedway, Lake City,
                    Missaukee County, the Lower
                    Peninsula.
        *    The Saginaw Valley Naval Ship Museum,
                    the Saginaw River, Bay City, Bay
                    County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-forty-second edition
    (published on February 10, 2016), click
    on: Travel #142.
    The main story features:
        *    The Frank Murphy Memorial Museum,
                    Huron Beach, Huron County, the Lower
                    Peninsula.
        *    The Michael W. Scragg Post Office and U.S.
                    Postal Museum, Marshall, Calhoun County,
                    the Lower Peninsula.
        *    Painesdale Mine and Shaft Inc., Painesville,
                    Houghton County, the Upper Peninsula.

To see the cone-hundred-forty-first edition
    (published on January 10, 2016), click
    on: Travel #141.
    The main story features:
        *    The Cook Energy Information Center,
                    Bridgman, Berrien County, the Lower
                    Peninsula.
        *    The Crocker House Museum, Mt. Clemens,
                    Macomb County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    The Ogemaw Nature Park, the West Branch
                    area, Ogemaw County, the Lower
                    Peninsula.
        *    The Old Fence Rider Historical Center
                    Museum, Edmore, Montcalm County,
                    the Lower Peninsula.
        *    The Pride and Heritage Museum, Marine
                    City, St. Clair County, the Lower
                    Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-fortieth edition
    (published on December 10, 2015),
    click on: Travel #140.
    The main story features:
        *    Elk Viewing areas, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    John King Books, Detroit, Wayne County,
                    the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-thirty-ninth edition
    (published on November 10, 2015), click
    on: Travel #139.
    The main story features:
        *    Boat cruises for the Pictured Rocks National
                    Lakeshore, Munising, Alger County, the
                    Upper Peninsula.
        *     Forty Mile Point Lighthouse Park, near Rogers
                    City, Presque Isle County, the Lower
                    Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-thirty-eighth edition
    (published on October 10, 2015), click
    on: Travel #138.
    The main story features:
        *    Museum Ship Valley Camp, Sault Ste. Marie,
                    Chippewa County, the Upper Peninsula.
        *    The River of History Museum, Sault Ste. Marie,
                    Chippewa County, the Upper Peninsula.
        *    The Tower of History, Sault Ste. Marie,
                    Chippewa County, the Upper Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-thirty-seventh edition
    (published on September 10, 2015), click
    on: Travel #137.
    The main story features:
        *    The Scolnik House, Muskegon, Muskegon
                    County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    The Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary
                    and the Great Lakes Maritime Heritage
                    Center and Alpena Shipwreck Tours,
                    Alpena, Alpena County, the Lower
                    Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-thirty-sixth edition
    (published on August 10, 2015), click
    on: Travel #136.
    The main story features:
        *    Forty Mile Point Lighthouse, near Rogers City,
                    Presque Isle County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    The Icebreaker Mackinaw Maritime Museum,
                    Mackinaw City, the Straits of Mackinac,
                    the Lower Peninsula.
        *    Jack Pine Lumberjack Shows, Mackinaw City,
                    the Straits of Mackinac, the Lower Peninsula
        *    The Richard  Helen De Vos Japanese Garden at
                    Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park,
                    Grand Rapids, Kent County, the Lower
                    Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-thirty-fifth edition
    (published on July 10, 2015), click
    on: Travel #135.
    The main story features:
        *    Awakon Park, Onaway, Presque Isle County,
                    the Lower Peninsula
        *    Saginaw Valley Naval Ship Museum, Bay
                    City, Bay County, the Lower Peninsula

To see the one-hundred-thirty-fourth edition
    (published on June 10, 2015), click
    on: Travel #134.
    The main story features:
        *    Fort Michilimackinac, Mackinaw City, the
                    Straits of Mackinac, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    Lewis Farm Market and Petty Farm, New
                    Era, Oceana County, the Lower
                    Peninsula.
        *    Michigan Sea Life Aquarium, Auburn Hills,
                    Oakland County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-thirty-third edition
    (published on May 10, 2015), click
    on: Travel #133.
    The main story features:
        *    King Kone, Perry, Shiawassee County, the
                    Lower Peninsula.
        *    Whippy Dip Food & Restaurant, Hemlock,
                    Saginaw County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-thirty-second edition
    (published on April 10, 2015), click
    on: Travel #132.
    The main story features:
        *    New Buffalo Railroad Museum, New Buffalo,
                    Berrien County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-thirty-first edition
    (published on March 10, 2015), click
    on: Travel #131.
    The main story features:
        *    Wakefire Cable Park, Indian River, Cheboygan
                    County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    Wheels of History, Brimley, Chippewa County,
                    the Upper Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-thirtieth edition
    (published on February 10, 2015), click
    on: Travel #130.
    The main story features:
        *    The St. Charles Area Museum, Saginaw County,
                    the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-twenty-ninth edition
    (published on January 10, 2015), click
    on: Travel #129.
    The main story features:
        *    Dinosaur Gardens Prehistorical Zoo, Ossineke,
                    Alpena County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-twenty-eighth edition
    (published on December 10, 2014), click
    on: Travel #128.
    The main story features:
        *    Alice's Kandy & Korn, Mackinaw City, near the
                    Mackinac Bridge, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-twenty-seventh edition
    (published on November 10, 2014), click
    on: Travel #127.
    The main story features:
        *  The Benzie Area Historical Museum, Benzonia, Benzie
                    County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-twenty-sixth edition (published
on October 10, 2014), click on: Travel #126.
    The main story features:
        *    Federal lands, such as the Hiawatha National Forest,
                    the Pictured Rock National Lake Shore, and the
                    Sleeping Dunes National Lake Shore in Michigan,
                    where some people, like me, may soon be fined
                    for taking photographs if they do not have permits
                    to take photographs.

To see the one-hundred-twenty-fifth edition (published
    on September 10, 2014), click on: Travel #125.
    The main story features:
        *    The pilot house for The Calcite, 40 Mile Point
                    Lighthouse Park, near Rogers City, Presque Isle
                    County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-twenty-fourth edition (published
    on August 10, 2014), click on: Travel #124.
    The main story features:
        *    The ROTC headquarters building on the campus of
                    the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor,
                    Washtenaw County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-twenty-third edition
    (published on July 10, 2014), click on: Travel #123.
    The main story features:
        *    Your home, your city, your state, your United
                    States of America.

To see the one-hundred-twenty-second edition
    published on June 10, 2014), click on: Travel #122.
    The main story features:
        *    The Bramble, Port Huron, St. Clair County,
                    the Lower Peninsula.
        *    The Hammond Bay Biological Station, Presque
                    Isle County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    The Pentwater Historical Society Museum,
                    Pentwater, Oceana County, the Lower
                    Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-twenty-first current
    edition (published on May 10, 2014), click
    on: Travel #121.
    The main story features:
        *    The Beaumier Upper Peninsula Heritage Center,
                    Northern Michigan University, Marquette,
                    Marquette County, the Upper Peninsula.
        *    The DeVos Art Museum, Northern Michigan
                    University, Marquette, Marquette County,
                    the Upper Peninsula.
        *    The Yankee Air Museum, Willow Run Aiport,
                    Belleville, Wayne County, the Lower
                    Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-twentieth edition (published
    on April 10, 2014), click on: Travel #120.
    The main story features:
        *    The Mackinaw City Welcome Center, Mackinaw
                    City, along I-75, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    The National Shrine of the Cross in the Woods,
                    Indian River, Cheboygan County, the Lower
                    Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-nineteenth edition (published
    on March 10, 2014), click on: Travel #119.
    The main story features:
        *    Hinchman Acres Resort, Mio, Oscoda County,
                    the Lower Peninsula.
        *    Northland Outfitters, Germfask, Schoolcraft
                    County, the Upper Peninsula.
        *    Riverside Canoe Trips, Honor, Benzie County,
                    the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-eighteenth edition (published
    on February 10, 2014), click on: Travel #118.
    The main story features:
        *    Noquemanon Trail Network, the Marquette area,
                    Marquette County, the Upper Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-seventeenth edition (published
    on January 10, 2014), click on: Travel #117.
    The main story features:
        *    Jeepers!, Great Lakes Crossing, Auburn Hills,
                    Oakland County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    The Mardigian Library, the University of Michigan -
                    Dearborn Campus, Dearborn, Wayne County,
                    the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-sixteenth edition (published
    on December 10, 2013), click on: Travel #116.
    The main story features:
        *    The Fighting Falcon Museum, Greenville, Montcalm
                    County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-fifteenth edition (published
    on November 10, 2013, click on: Travel #115.
    The main story features:
        *    The Sacred Mountain Monastery-Linh Son Temple,
                    Warren, Macomb County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-fourteenth edition (published
    on October 10, 2013), click on: Travel #114.
    The main story features:
        *    The Donald F. Kosch Village Playground, The Henry
                    Ford, Dearborn, Wayne County, the Lower
                    Peninsula.
        *    GAR Memorial Hall and Museum, Eaton Rapis, Eaton
                    County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    The Hamtramck Historical Museum, Hamtramck,
                    Wayne County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    The Iron Ore Heritage Trail, the Negaunee/-
                    Marquette area, Marquette County, the Upper
                    Peninsula.
        *    The North Western State Trail, the Alanson area,
                    Emmet County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-thirteenth edition (published
    on September 10, 2013), click on: Travel #113.
    The main story features:
        *    The Headlands International Dark Sky Park, near
                    Mackinaw City, Emmet County, the Lower
                    Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-twelfth edition (published
    on August 10, 2013), click on: Travel #112.
    The main story features:
        *    The Singapore Cottage, Saugatuck, Allegan
                    County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-eleventh edition (published
    on July 10, 2013), click on: Travel #111.
    The main story features:
        *    Anyplace in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan,
                    where tourism is down!
        *    Puddingstone Festival, Cheboygan, Cheboygan
                   County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-tenth edition (published
    on June 10, 2013), click on: Travel #110.
    The main story features:
        *    Cheboygan Lumber, Cheboygan, Cheboygan
                    County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-ninth edition (published
    on May 10, 2013), click on: Travel #109.
    The main story features:
        *    Ben and Ron's hidden location for making
                    "Benny's Maple Syrup," Rogers City,
                    Presque Isle County, the Lower
                    Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-eighth edition (published
    on April 10, 2013), click on: Travel #108
    The main story features:
        *    "Orion," University of  Michigan Art Museum,
                    Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, the Lower
                    Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-seventh edition (published
    on March 10, 2013), click on: Travel #107.
    The main story features:
        *    The Dekker Huis/Zeeland Historical Museum,
                    Zeeland, Ottawa County, the Lower
                    Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-sixth edition (published
    on February 10, 2013), click on: Travel #106.
    The main story features:
        *    Engine House #4, Allendale, Ottawa County,
                    the Lower Peninsula.
        *    Mary's City of David, Benton Harbor, Berrien
                   County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-fifth edition (published on
    January 10, 2013), click on: Travel #105.
    The main story features:
        *    The Badger, Ludington (Michigan) and Manitowoc
                    (Wisconsin), Lake Michigan.
        *    The Michigan Science Center, Detroit, Wayne County,
                    the Lower Peninsula.
        *    Prehistoric Forest, along US-12, the Irish Hills,
                    Lenawee County, the Lower Peninsula.
           Note: Not an open attraction.

To see the one-hundred-fourth edition (published
    on December 10, 2012), click on: Travel #104.
    The main story features:
        *    The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, Michigan
                    State University, East Lansing, Ingham County,
                    the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-third edition (published
    on November 10, 2012), click on: Travel #103.
    The main story features:
        *    The people of Michigan or the State of Michigan.

To see the one-hundred-second edition (published
    on October 10, 2012), click on: Travel #102.
    The main story features:
        *    Ford Motor Company headquarters, Dearborn,
                    Wayne County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the one-hundred-first edition (published on
    September 10, 2012), click on: Travel #101.
    The main story features:
        *    Caseville, Huron County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    Korean War Monument, Monroe, Monroe
                    County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    The Tuskegee Airmen National Historical
                    Museum, Detroit, Wayne County, the
                    Lower Peninsula.
        *    The Yankee Air Museum, Belleville, Wayne
                    County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the current edition (published on August
    10, 2012), click on: Travel #100.
    The main story features:
        *    Drummond Island, the eastern Upper Peninsula
                    of Michigan.
        *    "Lewis G. Harriman cottage," De Tour Village,
                    along the St. Mary's River, near Lake Huron,
                    the Upper Peninsula.
        *    "Passage Keeper," De Tour Village, along the
                    St. Mary's River, near Lake Huron, the Upper
                    Peninsula.

To see the ninety-ninth edition (published on July
    10, 2012), click on: Travel #99.
    The main story features:
        *   George Young Golf Course, Iron River,
                    Iron County, the Upper Peninsula.
        *    The Grandville Historical Museum,
                   Grandville, Kent County, the Lower
                    Peninsula.
        *    The Haymarsh State Game Area, Paris,
                    Mecosta County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    Jacobsville Lighthouse, Jacobsville, Houghton
                    County, the Upper Peninsula.
        *    Patrick Tierney Memorial Park, Lexington,
                    Sanilac County, the Lower Peninsula
        *    The St. Helen Motorsport Area, St. Helen,
                    Roscommon County, the Lower
                    Peninsula.

To see the ninety-eighth edition (published on
    June 10, 2012), click on: Travel #98.
    The main story features:
        *    Alpena Shipwreck Tours, Thunder Bay
                    National Marine Sanctuary, Alpena,
                    Alpena County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    Seney National Wildlife Refuge, the
                    Seney/Germask area, Schoolcraft
                    County, the Upper Peninsula.
        *    Sylvania Wilderness and Sylvania Wilderness
                    Recreation Area, the Watersmeet area,
                    Gogebic County, the Upper Peninsula.
        *    Tahquamenon Falls State Park, Luce County
                    and Chippewa County, the Upper
                    Peninsula.

To see the ninety-seventh edition (published
    on May 10, 2012), click on: Travel #97.
    The main story features:
        *    The Acacia and The City of Milwaukee,
                    Manistee, Manistee County, the
                    Lower Peninsula.
        *    Grand Haven Coast Guard Festival, Grand
                    Haven, Ottawa County, the Lower
                    Peninsula.
        *    Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum, Whitefish
                    Point, Chippewa County, the Upper
                    Peninsula.
        *    Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia,
                    Ferris State University, Reed City,
                    Osceola County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    Michigan Maritime Museum, South Haven,
                    Van Buren County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    Port Huron Lightship, Port Huron, St. Clair
                    County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    Saginaw Valley Naval Ship Museum, Bay
                    City, Bay County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    S.S. Valley Camp, Sault Ste. Marie,
                    Chippewa County, the Upper Peninsula.
        *    U.S.S. LST 393, Muskegon, Muskegon
                    County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    U.S.S. Silversides and U.S.C.G.C. McLane,
                    Muskegon, Muskegon County, the
                    Lower Peninsula.

To see the ninety-sixth edition (published on April
    10, 2012), click on: Travel #96.
    The main story features:
        *    Jacobsville Lighthouse Inn, Jacobsville,
                    Houghton County, the Keweenaw
                    Peninsula, the Upper Peninsula.
        *    Ogemaw Nature Park, West Branch,
                    Ogemaw County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the ninety-fifth edition (published on March
    10, 2012), click on: Travel #95.
    The main story features:
        *    Family Fun Park, Escanaba, Delta County,
                    the Upper Peninsula.
        *    The Inland Water Route Historical Museum,
                    Alanson, Petoskey County, the Lower
                    Peninsula.
        *    The S.S. Keewatin, Douglas, Allegan County,
                    the Lower Peninsula.

To see the ninety-fourth edition (published on February
    10, 2012), click on: Travel #94.
    The main story features:
        *    The Cranbrook Art Museum, Cranbrook
                    Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, Oakland
                    County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    The Henry Ford, Dearborn, Wayne County, the
                    Lower Peninsula.
        *    The Tri-Cities Historical Museum, Grand Haven,
                    Ottawa County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the ninety-third edition (published on January
    10, 2012), click on: Travel #93.
    The main story features:
        *    The Grand Pacific Museum, New Baltimore,
                    Macomb County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    The Munising Ski Trail, Munising, Alger County,
                    the Upper Peninsula.
        *    The St. Clair Historical Museum, St. Clair, Macomb
                    County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    St. Clair Metropark, Mt. Clemens, Macomb
                   County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the ninety-second edition (published on December
    10, 2011), click on: Travel #92.
    The main story features:
        *    The Copper Country Community Arts Center,
                    Hancock, Houghton County, the Upper
                    Peninsula.
        *    The Finnish-American Heritage Center, Hancock,
                    Houghton County, the Upper Peninsula.
        *    The Tower of History, Sault Ste. Marie, Chippewa
                    County, the Upper Peninsula.

To see the ninety-second edition (published on November
    10, 2011), click on: Travel #91.
    The main story features:
        *    The Detroit Science Center, Detroit, Wayne
                    County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    The Icebreaker Mackinaw Maritime Museum,
                    Mackinaw City, the Straits of Mackinac.
    Special feature:
        *    The National Air Defense Radar Museum,
                    Bellefontaine, Ohio.

To see the ninethieth edition (published on October
    10, 2011), click on: Travel #90.
    The main story features:
        *    Skydive Harbor Springs, Harbor Springs, Emmet
                    County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the eighty-ninth edition (published on September
   10, 2011), click on: Travel #89.
    The main story features:
        *    The Detroit Zoological Park, Royal Oak, Oakland
                    County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    Garlyn Farm Zoological Park, Naubinway,
                    Mackinac County, the Upper Peninsula.
        *    John Ball Zoo, Grand Rapids, Kent County,
                    the Lower Peninsula.
        *    Kalamazoo Nature Center, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo
                    County, the Lower Peninsula.
        *    Saginaw Children's Zoo, Saginaw, Saginaw
                    County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the eighty-eighth edition (published on August
    10, 2011), click on: Travel #88.
    The main story features:
            *    "Church of the Assumption," Phoenix,
                        Keweenaw County, the Upper Peninsula.
            *    "The M-47 Patton Medium Tank," Germfask,
                        Schoolcraft County, the Upper Peninsula.
            *    "Scott Falls Roadside Park," near Christmas,
                        Alger County, the Upper Peninsula.

To see the eighty-seventh edition (published on
    July 10, 2011), click on: Travel #87.
    The main story features:
            *    Cannonball Drive-Inn, Mackinac
                        Island, the Upper Peninsula/-
                       the Lower Peninsula.
            *    Jilbert Dairy, Marquette, Marquette
                        County, the Upper Peninsula.
            *    Lime Island State Recreation Area,
                        Lime Island, near Mackinac
                        County, the Upper Peninsula.
            *    Ugly Anne, Mackinaw City, the
                        Straits of Mackinac.

To see the eighty-sixth edition (published on
    June 10, 2011), click on: Travel #86.
    The main story features:
            *    Arnold's Landing Resort, Drummond
                       Island, the Upper Peninsula.
            *    The Blackbird Museum, Harbor
                        Springs, Emmet County, the
                        Lower Peninsula.
            *    Drummond Island Historical Society
                        Museum, Drummond Island, the
                        Upper Peninsula.
            *    Ephraim Shay House, Harbor Springs,
                        Emmet County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    Indian Mission Church, Petoskey, Emmet
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Lime Island Schoolhouse, Lime Island,
                        near Mackinac County, the Upper
                        Peninsula.
            *    Rathbone Schoolhouse, Eagle Harbor,
                        Keweenaw County, the Upper
                        Peninsula.
            *    "Underwater Crucifix," Little Traverse
                        Bay, Petoskey, Emmet County, the
                        Lower Peninsula.

To see the eighty-fifth edition (published on
    May 10, 2011), click on: Travel #85.
   The main story features:
            *    The Family Aquatic Center, Troy,
                        Oakland County, the Lower
                        Penninsula.

To see the eighty-fourth edition (published on
    April 10 2011), click on: Travel #84.
   The main story features:
            *    The Harbour House Museum, Crystal
                        Falls, Iron County, the Upper
                        Peninsula.
            *    The Sinkhole area, Presque Isle County,
                        the Lower Peninsula.

To see the eighty-third edition (published on
    March 10, 2011, click on: Travel #83.
   The main story features:
           *    Frankenmuth Jellystone Park, Frankenmuth,
                        Saginaw County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    Oswald's Bear Ranch, near Newberry,
                        Luce County, the Upper Peninsula.

To see the eighty-second edition (published on
    February 10, 2011), click on: Travel #82.
   The main story features:
            *    The Automotive Hall of Fame, Dearborn,
                        Wayne County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Gilmore --  Classic Car Club of
                        America Museum, Hickory Corners,
                        Barry County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Motorsports Museum and Hall of
                        Fame, Novi, Oakland County, the
                        Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Plymouth Historical Museum, Plymouth,
                        Wayne County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Poll Museum of Transportation,
                        Holland, Ottawa County, the Lower
                        Peninsula.
            *    The R.E. Olds Transportation Museum,
                        Lansing, Ingham County, the Lower
                        Peninsula.
            *    The Walter P. Chrysler Museum, Auburn
                        Hills, Oakland County, the Lower
                        Peninsula.
            *    The Wills Sainte Claire Auto Museum,
                        Marysville, St. Clair County, the
                        Lower Peninsula.

To see the current edition (published on
   January 10, 2011, click on: Travel #81.
   The main story features:
            *    Erebus Haunted House, Pontiac, Oakland
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    Henderson Castle, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo,
                       Kalamazoo County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Royal Oak Historical Museum, Royal
                        Oak, Oakland County, the Lower
                        Peninsula.

To see the eightieth edition (published on
    December 10, 2010), click on: Travel #80.
   The main story features:
            *    The Besse Center Gallery North and South,
                        Bay College, Escanaba, Delta County,
                        the Upper Peninsula.
            *    The Copper Country Community Arts
                        Center, Hancock, Houghton County,
                        the Upper Peninsula.
            *    Rosa Parks Circle, Grand Rapids, Kent
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    Sandtown Farm Bed & Breakfast,
                        Engadine, Mackinaw County, the
                        Upper Peninsula.

To see the seventy-ninth edition (published on
    November 10, 2010), click on: Travel #79.
   The main story features:
            *    The Palace of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills,
                        Oakland County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Castle Museum of Saginaw County
                        History, Saginaw, Saginaw County, the
                        Lower Peninsula.
            *    Curwood Castle, Owosso, Shiawassee
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the seventh-eighth edition (published on
    October 10. 2010, click on: Travel #78.
   The main story features:
            *    The City of  Saginaw, Saginaw County,
                        the Lower Peninsula.
            *    Muskallonge Lake State Park, near
                        Newberry, Luce County, the Upper
                        Peninsula.
            *    The Yankee Air Museum, Willow Run
                        Airport, Van Buren Township, Wayne
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the seventy-seventh edition (published on
    September 10, 2010), click on: Travel #77.
   The main story features:
            *    Chuck's Marine, Port Austin, Huron County,
                        the Lower Peninsula.
           *    Little River Railroad, Coldwater, Branch
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    S.S. City of Milwaukee and USCGC
                        Acadia, Manistee, Manistee County,
                        the Lower Peninsula.

To see the seventy-sixth edition (published on
    August 10, 2010), click on: Travel #76.
   The main story features:
            *    The Agnes Andreas Nature Preserve,
                        the Indian River area, Cheboygan
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Community Arts Center, Hancock,
                        Houghton County, the Upper
                        Peninsula.
            *    The Exhibit Museum of Natural History
                        of the University of Michigan, Ann
                        Arbor, Washtenaw County, the
                        Lower Peninsula.

To see the seventy-fifth edition (published on
    July 10, 2010, click on: Travel #75.
   The main story features:
            *    Children's Museum of Detroit, Detroit,
                        Wayne County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    Da Yoopers Tourist Trap and Museum,
                        Ishpeming, Marquette County, the
                        Upper Peninsula.
            *    Eiffel Tower, Paris, Mecosta County,
                        the Lower Peninsula.
           *    Mackinaw Mining Co., Mackinaw County,
                        the Straits of Mackinac, the Lower
                        Peninsula.

To see the seventh-fourth edition (published
    on June 10, 2010, click on: Travel #74.
   The main story features:
            *    The Bellaire Historical Museum, Bellaire,
                        Antrim County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Old Fence Rider Historical Center
                        Museum, Edmore, Montcalm County,
                        the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Open Pit Iron Mine, the Republic
                        area, Marquette County, the Upper
                        Peninsula.

To see the seventy-third edition (published on
    May 10, 2010), click on: Travel #73.
   The main story features:
            *    Fort Mackinac, Mackinac Island, the
                        Straits of Mackinac
            *    The Laird Township Historical Museum,
                        Alston, Houghton County, the Upper
                       Peninsula.
            *    The Moross House, Detroit, Wayne
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Royal Oak Historical Museum,
                        Oakland County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Voigt House Victorian Historical
                        Museum, Grand Rapids, Kent
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Walter P. Chrysler Museum, Auburn
                        Hills, Oakand County, the Lower
                        Peninsula.

To see the seventy-second edition (published
    on April 10, 2010), click on: Travel #72.
   The main story features:
            *    The beaches along Lake Huron near
                        Lexington, Lexington, Sanilac
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    "Shalom Street," the Jewish
                        Community Center, West
                        Bloomfield, Oakland County,
                        the Lower Peninsula.

To see the seventy-first edition (published on
    March 10, 2010), click on: Travel #71.
   The main story features:
            *    The Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum,
                        Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County,
                        the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Cornish Pump and Mining Museum,
                        Iron Mountain, Dickinson County,
                        the Upper Peninsula.
           *    Lakenenland, Chocolay Township (the
                        Marquette-Harvey area), Marquette
                        County, the Upper Peninsula.
            *    "Old Ish," Ispheming, Marquette County,
                       the Upper Peninsula.
            *    R.E. Olds Monument, Lansing, Ingham
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Soldiers and Sailors Monument,
                        Detroit, Wayne County, the Lower
                        Peninsula.

To see the seventieth edition (published on
    February 10, 2010, click on: Travel #70.
   The main story features:
            *    The Onaway Speedway, Onaway,
                        Presque Isle County, the Lower
                        Peninsula.
            *    Onaway State Park, Onaway, Presque
                        Isle County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the sixty-ninth edition (published on
    January 10, 2010), click on: Travel #69.
    The main story features:
            *    The Carl Gerstacker Preserve, Cedarville,
                        Mackinac County, the Upper
                        Peninsula.
            *    The Frank Murphy Museum, Harbor
                        Beach, Huron County, the Lower
                        Peninsula.
            *    The Kresge Art Museum, East Lansing,
                        Ingham County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Newaygo Sports Park, Newaygo,
                        Newaygo County, the Lower
                        Peninsula.
            *    The Thumb Area Bottom Land Preserve,
                        Huron County,  the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Water Fowl Bay Wildlife Refuge,
                        Huron County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the sixty-eighth edition (published on
    December 10, 2009), click on: Travel #68.
    The main story features:
            *    The Engadine Historical Society Museum,
                        Engadine, Mackinac County, the
                        Upper Peninsula.
            *    Tahquamenon River Logging Museum and
                      Nature Study Area, Newberry, Luce
                        County, the Upper Peninsula.

To see the sixty-seventh edition (published on
    November 10, 2009), click on: Travel #67.
    The main story features:
            *    The Alfred P. Sloan Museum, Flint, Genesee
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Buick Gallery and Research Center,
                        Flint, Genesee County, the Lower
                        Peninsula.
            *    The Detroit Zoological Park, Royal Oak,
                        Oakland County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Longway Planetarium, Flint, Genesee
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The North Harwoods Ski Trails, the Seney
                        National Wildlife Refuse, Schoolcraft
                        County, the Germfask area, the Upper
                        Peninsula.
            *    William G. Milliken State Park and Harbor,
                       Detroit, Wayne County, the Lower
                        Peninsula.

To see the sixty-sixth edition (published on
    October 10, 2009), click on: Travel #66.
    The main story features:
            *    Bronner's Christmas Wonderland,
                        Frankenmuth, Saginaw County,
                        the Lower Peninsula.
    The main story also features:
            *    The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile
                        Museum, Auburn, Indiana.
            *    The BitterSweet Cabin Village and Gift
                        Shop, Mt. Vernon-Renfro Valley,
                        Kentucky.
            *    The Cumberland Falls, Cumberland Falls
                        State Park, the Daniel Boone National
                        Forest, Kentucky.
            *    The Kruse Automotive & Carriage Museum
                        Auburn, Indiana.
            *    The National Military History Center,
                        Auburn, Indiana.
            *    The Philo T. Farnsworth Television History
                        Center, Auburn, Indiana.
            *    The Tennessee Museum of Aviation,
                        Sevierville, Tennessee.

To see the sixty-fifth edition (published on
    September 10, 2009), click on: Travel #65.
    The main story features:
           *    Baraga State Park, Baraga, Baraga
                        County, the Upper Peninsula.
            *    The Curwood Castle, Owosso,
                        Shiawassee County, the Lower
                        Peninsula.
            *    The Lewis E. Wint Nature Center of
                        Independence Oaks County Park,
                        Clarkston, Oakland County, the
                        Lower Peninsula.

To see the sixty-fourth edition (published on
    August 10, 2009), click on: Travel #64.
    The main story features:
            *    Fayette Historic Townsite, Fayette,
                        Delta County, the Upper Peninsula.
            *    Sand Point Lighthouse, Escanaba,
                        Delta County, the Upper Peninsula.

To see the sixty-third edition (published on
    July 10, 2009), click on: Travel #63.
    The main story features:
            *    The Detroit Historical Museum,
                        Detroit, Wayne County, the
                        Lower Peninsula.
            *    The River of History Museum, Sault
                        Ste. Marie, Chippewa County,
                        the Upper Peninsula.

To see the sixty-second edition (published
    on June 10, 2009), click on: Travel #62.
    The main story features:
            *    The Monument to Charles H. Wright,
                        the Chadsey-Condon community
                        or at West Grand Boulevard and
                        Warren Avenue, Detroit, Wayne
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    "The Tin Man," the Cheboygan area
                        Public Library, Cheboygan, in the
                        Lower Peninsula.

To see the sixty-first edition (published on
    May 10, 2009), click on: Travel #61.
   The main story features:
            *    P.H. Hoeft State Park, the Rogers
                        City area, Presque Isle County,
                        the Lower Peninsula.
            *    P.J. Hoffmaster State Park, the
                        Muskegon area, Muskegon
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    Van Riper State Park, the Champion
                        area, Marquette County, the
                        Upper Peninsula.

To see the sixtieth edition (published on
    April 10, 2009), click on: Travel #60.
   The main story features:
            *    The Detroit Historical Museum, Detroit,
                        Wayne County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The New Detroit Science Center,
                        Detroit, Wayne County, the Lower
                        Peninsula.
            *    The Tower of History, Sault Ste. Marie,
                        Chippewa County, the Upper
                        Peninsula.

To see the fifty-ninth edition (published on
    March 10, 2009), click on: Travel #59.
   The main story features:
            *    The Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit,
                      Wayne County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the fifty-eighth edition (published on
    February 10, 2009), click on: Travel #58.
   The main story features:
            *    Whatever places you can yet get to.

To see the current edition (published on
    January 10, 2009), click on: Travel #57.
   The main story features:
            *    The Hubbard Lake area of Alcona
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
   The four free-use PSAs for broadcasters are:
            *    The Copper Harbor Lighthouse, Copper
                        Harbor, Keweenaw County, the
                        Upper Peninsula.
            *    Otsego Lake County Park, Otsego Lake,
                        Otsego County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Riverland, Portland, Ionia County,
                        the Lower Peninsula.
                  The Alfred P. Sloan Museum, Flint,
                        Genesee County, the  Lower Peninsula.
                  The DeGraaf Nature Center, Hart, Oceana
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
                  The Grice House, Harbor Beach, Huron
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
                  The Haymarsh State Game Area, Paris,
                        Mecosta County, the Lower Peninsula.

To see the fifty-sixth edition (published on
    December 10, 2008), click on: Travel #56.
   The main story features:
            *    Independence Hall, Philadelphia,
                        Pennsylvania.
            *    The Rockwood Historical Museum,
                        Rockwood, Monroe County, the
                        Lower Peninsula.
    The four free-use PSAs for broadcasters are:
            *    The Oaklands, Western Michigan
                        University, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    A safe-driving PSA for winter.
            *    Cross-country ski areas in the Upper
                        Peninsula.
            *    The red-caboose at Comins, Oscoda
                        County, the Lower Peninsula, and
                        electric-car thoughts.

To see the fifty-fifth edition (published on
    November 10, 2008), click on: Travel #55.
   The main story features:
           *    Places at which to think in Michigan.
    The four free-use PSAs for broadcasters are:
            *    [none]

To see the fifty-fourth edition (published on
    October 10, 2008), click on Travel #54.
    The main story features:
            *    The State of Michigan of the United
                        States of America
    The four free-use PSAs for broadcasters are:
            *    The Upper Peninsula in winter.
            *    Watch for deer along the roads.
            *    Science-related places:
                        The Cook Energy Information Center
                        Delta College Planetarium and Learning
                            Center
                        The Impression 5 Science Center
                        The New Detroit Science Center
            *    "The Fridge," "The Big Stove," and Sink
                        Holes in the Lower Peninsula.

To see the fifty-third edition (published on
    September 10, 2008), click on: Travel #53.
    The main story features:
            *    The Bernard Historical Museum, Delton,
                        Barry County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Fernwood Botanic Garden and
                        Nature Center, Niles, Berrien
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    Matthaei Botanical Gardens, Ann Arbor,
                        Washtenaw County, the Lower
                        Peninsula.
            *    The Westland Historical Museum,
                        Westland, Wayne County, the Lower
                        Peninsula.
    The four free-use PSAs for broadcasters are:
            *    Tromley House Museum, Bay City, Bay
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    Places to see Great Lakes freighters.
            *    Carl Gerstacker Preserve, Cedarville,
                        Mackinac County, the Upper
                        Peninsula.
            *    The Beal Botanical Garden, East Lansing,
                        Ingham County, the Lower Peninsula.
                  Fernwood Botanic Garden and Nature
                        Center, Niles, Berrien County, the
                       Lower Peninsula.
                  Matthaei Botanical Gardens, Ann Arbor,
                        Washtenaw County, the Lower
                        Peninsula.

To see the fifty-second edition (published on
    August 10, 2008), click on: Travel #52.
    The main story features:
           *    The Alberta Village Museum, Alberta,
                        Baraga County, the Upper Peinsula.
            *    The Boardman Nature Center, Traverse
                        City, Grand Traverse County, the
                        Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Jack Pines Lumberjack Shows,
                        Mackinaw City, Cheboygan County,
                        the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Lee Conklin Antique Organ and
                        History Museum, Hanover, Jackson
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Michigan Magazine Museum, Comins,
                        Oscoda County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    Michigan's Adventure Amusement Park,
                        Muskegon, Muskegon County, the
                        Lower Peninsula.
            *    Open Pit Iron Mine, Republic, Marquette
                        County, the Upper Peninsula.
            *    The Original Mackinaw Trolley Company,
                        Mackinaw City, the Straits of Mackinac
                        area, the Lower Peninsula and the Upper
                        Peninsula.
   The four free-use PSAs for broadcasters are:
            *    The Alberta Village Museum, Alberta,
                        Baraga County, the Upper Peninsula.
            *    A safe-driving tip.
            *    The Lee Conklin Antique Organ and
                        History Museum, Hanover, Jackson
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    Some things to see at Grand Haven (of
                        Ottawa County in the Lower Peninsula)

To see the fifty-first edition (published on
    July 10, 2008), click on: Travel #51.
    The main story features:
            *    The Icebreaker Mackinaw Maritime
                        Museum, Mackinaw City, Cheboygan
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
   The four free-use PSAs for broadcasters are:
            *    The Pickle Barrel House Museum,
                       Grand Marais, Alger County, the
                        Upper Peninsula.
            *    The Icebreaker Mackinaw Maritime
                        Museum, Mackinaw City, Cheboygan
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    A PSA about various places in
                        Michigan.
            *    A safe-driving PSA about brake lines.

To see the fiftieth edition (published on
    June 10, 2008), click on: Travel #50.
    The main story features:
            *    The Gaylord-Cheboygan-Mackinaw
                        City Rail Trail, Otsego County and
                        Cheboygan County, the Lower
                        Peninsula.
           *    The Great Lakes Naval Memorial and
                        Museum, Muskegon, Muskegon
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    "Historic Mill Creek Discovery Park,"
                       near Mackinaw City, Mackinaw
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The LST-393 Museum, Muskegon,
                        Muskegon County, the Lower
                        Peninsula.
            *    The S.S. City of Milwaukee, Manistee,
                        Manistee County, the Lower
                        Peninsula.
   The four free-use PSAs for broadcasters are:
            *    The S.S. City of Milwaukee, Manistee,
                        Manistee County, the Lower
                        Peninsula.
            *    The Gaylord-Cheboygan-Mackinaw
                        City Rail Trail, Otsego County and
                        Cheboygan County, the Lower
                        Peninsula.
            *    The LST-393 Museum, Muskegon,
                        Muskegon County, the Lower
                        Peninsula.
            *    Places in the Upper Peninsula of
                        Michigan.

To see the forty-ninth edition (published on
    May 10, 2008), click on: Travel #49.
    The main story features:
            *    Calcite Quarry, Rogers City, Presque
                        Isle County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Model T Automotive Complex or the
                        Ford Piquette Plant, Detroit, Wayne
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
    The four free-use PSAs for broadcasters are:
            *    The Rouge Truck Plant, Dearborn, Wayne
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
                  The Model T Automotive Complex or the
                        Ford Piquette Plant, Detroit, Wayne
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    Calcite Quarry, Rogers City, Presque
                        Isle County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Arvon Quarry, near L'Anse, Baraga
                        County, the Upper Peninsula.
            *    The Cut River Nature Trail, near the Cut
                        River Bridge along US-2, the Cut River,
                        Mackinaw County, the Upper Peninsula.

To see the forty-eighth edition (published on
    April 10, 2008), click on: Travel #48.
    The main story features:
            *    Coppertown U.S.A., Calumet,
                        Houghton County, the Upper
                        Peninsula.
            *    The Finnish-American Heritage Center,
                        Hancock, Houghton County, the
                        Upper Peninsula.
            *    The Gerald R. Ford Library and
                        Museum, Grand Rapids, Kent
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum
                        and Lighthouse, Whitefish Point,
                        Chippewa County, the Upper
                        Peninsula.
            *    The Holocaust Memorial Center,
                        Farmington Hills, Oakland County,
                        the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Krasl Art Center, St. Joseph,
                        Berrien Couny, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Marialyce Canonie Great Lakes
                        Research Library, South Haven,
                        Van Buren County, the Lower
                        Peninsula.
            *    The Marquette County Historical
                        Museum, Marquette County, the
                        Upper Peninsula.
            *    The Michigan Library and Historical
                        Center, Lansing, Ingham County,
                        the Lower Peninsula.
            *    The Negaunee Historical Museum,
                        Negaunee, Marquette County, the
                        Upper Peninsula.
            *    The Selfridge Military Air Museum,
                        Harrison Township, Macomb
                        County, the Lower Peninsula.
           *    The U.S. National Ski Hall of Fame
                        and Museum, Ispheming, Marquette
                        County, the Upper Peninsula.
    The four free-use PSAs for broadcasters are:
            *    The Childhood Cottage Museum, Rockland,
                        Ontonagon County, the Upper
                        Peninsula.
           *    What Michigan is and has.
            *    The Ypsilanti Automotive Heritage
                        Museum, Washtenaw County, the
                        Lower Peninsula.
                  The Gilmore--Classic Car Club of
                        America Museum, Hickory Corners,
                       Barry County, the Lower Peninsula.
            *    Nordhouse Dunes Wilderness Area, the
                        Manistee area, the Lower Peninsula.

[Note: To see older editions, use the links below
or use this Travel Archive link, which presents
the links to the old editions and shows what was
featured in each edition.]

To see the current edition (published on
    March 10, 2008), click on: Travel #47.

To see the forty-sixth edition (published on
    February 10, 2008), click on: Travel #46.

To see the forty-fifth edition (published on
    January 10, 2008), click on: Travel #45.

To see the current edition (published on
    December 10, 2007), click on: Travel #44.

To see the forty-third edition (published on
    November 10, 2007), click on: Travel #43.

To see the forty-second edition (published on
    October 10, 2007), click on: Travel #42.

To see the forty-first edition (published on September,
    10, 2007), click on: Travel #41.

To see the fortieth edition (published on August 10,
    2007), click on: Travel #40..

To see the thirty-ninth edition (published on July 10,
    2007), click on: Travel #39.

To see the thirty-eighth edition (published on June 10,
    2007), click on: Travel #38.

To see the current edition (published on May 10, 2007),
    click on: Travel #37.

To see the thirty-sixth edition (published on April 10,
    2007), click on: Travel #36.

To see the thirty-fifth edition (published on March
    10, 2007, click on: Travel #35.

To see the thirty-fourth edition (published on
    February 10, 2007), click on: Travel #34.

To see the thirty-third edition (published on
    January 10, 2007), click on: Travel #33.

To see the thirty-second edition (published on
    December 10, 2006), click on: Travel #32.

To see the current edition (published on November
    10, 2006), click on: Travel #31.

To see the thirtieth edition (published on October
    10, 2006), click on: Travel #30.

To see the twenty-ninth edition (published on
    September 10, 2006), click on: Travel #29.

To see the twenty-eighth edition (published on
    August 10, 2006), click on: Travel #28.

To see the twenty-seventh edition (published on
    July 11, 2006, and delayed by a trip to get
    information for Michigan Travel Tips #28),
    click on: Travel #27.

To see the current edition (published on June 10,
    2006), click on: Travel #26.

To see the twenty-fifth edition (created on April 10,
    2006, but not posted till May 10, 2006, because
    of illness in the family and because of trouble with
    the Internet server related to the Web site of The
    Hologlobe Press), click on: Travel #25.

To see the twenty-fourth edition (published on March
    10, 2006), click on: Travel #24.

To see the twenty-third edition (published on February
    10, 2006), click on: Travel #23.

To see the twenty-second edition (published on January
    10, 2006, click on: Travel #22.

To see the twenty-first edition (published on December
    10, 2005, click on: Travel #21.

To see the twentieth edition (published on November
        10, 2005), click on: Travel #20.

To see the nineteenth edition (published on October 10,
        2005), click on: Travel #19.

To see the eighteenth edition (published on September
        10, 2005), click on: Travel #18.

To see the seventeenth edition (published on August 10,
        2005), click on: Travel #17.

To see the sixteenth edition (published on July 10, 2005),
        click on: Travel #16.

To see the fifteenth edition (published on June 10, 2005),
        click on: Travel #15.

To see the fourteenth edition (published on May 10,
        2005), click on: Travel #14.

To see the thirteenth edition (published on April 10, 2005,
        but not posted till April 13, 2005, because of a server
        breakdown), click on: Travel #13.

To see the twelfth edition (published on March 10, 2005),
        click on: Travel #12.

To see the eleventh edition (published on February 10,
        2005), click on: Travel #11.

To see the tenth edition (published on January 10, 2005,
        click on: Travel #10.

To see the ninth edition (published on December 10,
        2004), click on: Travel #9.

To see the eighth edition (published on November 10,
        2004), click on: Travel #8.

To see the seventh edition (published on October 10,
        2004), click on: Travel #7.

To see the sixth edition (published on September 10,
        2004), click on: Travel #6.

To see the fifth edition (published on August 10, 2004),
        click on: Travel #5.

To see the fourth edition (published on July 10, 2004),
        click on: Travel #4.

To see the third edition (published on June 10, 2004),
        click on: Travel #3.

To see the second edition (published on May 10, 2004),
        click on: Travel #2.

To see the first edition (published on April 10, 2004),
        click on: Travel #1.

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