I have gone into Michigan’s Upper Peninsula often in my childhood. However, last year, 2009, was the first year I had ever went during the fall. My boyfriend and I both absolutely love camping and decided that this trip would be the perfect opportunity to go visit one of Michigan’s most beautiful sites: the Tahquamenon Falls. It was a breath-taking sight to see all of the trees in bright oranges and dark reds. It was unlike any type of Fall I had ever seen anywhere else in Michigan. I fell in love with it! The waterfalls flowing against these gorgeous fall trees created a sense of peace that could only be found in Michigan’s UP. – Amie Hummel
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