Next, we talked about places we would like to travel right here in the U.S., and from there, places we would like to go closer to home in Michigan. We tried to think of all the "must see" Michigan attractions so we could rule out any that we've already visited. Sadly, we couldn't think of very "must sees" in our own home state. We ended up resorting to a Google search.
Once we had a list of cities and attractions staring us in the face, we remembered how many great things there are to see and do, here. There were some surprises, too. Places we hadn't heard of that we added to our list. This summer, we're hoping to revisit our "Cheap Thrills" day trip challenge and, perhaps, include a few weekend trips. The term "camping" was even mentioned (remember me, the germophobe with minor OCD who hates spiders and bugs?).
My question to you, blog friends, is what are the "must sees" in your state? Whether the state you grew up in or the state you currently live in, what should I be sure to see and do if I visit? From restaurants, museums, and tourist attractions to natural wonders, I want to know so I can add them to our not-quite Bucket List.