|Mom and Dad Wedding Day 1940|
|1950 New House before it was painted.|
I'm in my mother's arms.
I clearly recall our car whizzing (no pun intended to the previous sentence) past the exits where we kids would beg and plead, year-after-year, to PLEEEEZE stop… Sea Shell City in Cheboygan, Call of the Wild in Gaylord, and the most intriguing to us…the Mystery Spot in St. Ignace.
|Waiting in line for the Ferry|
Someone told me they sold pastys, too. FYI: I still make pastys today…pass the ketchup (the only way a true
Upper Peninsula pasty should be eaten). Yummy! If you don’t know what a pasty is, give me a holler!
|Me (Left) on the Ferry with big sister...circa 1955.|