Cabin Roadside Art – A Unique Welcome

Our explorations along Michigan’s first scenic highway of M-25 are rendering more sightings of the popular cottage and cabin roadside art. This kind of signage offers a visual clue of a specific cottage on the road and welcomes visitors. It also gives a clue to the owner.

Our first post of Cottage Roadside Art is still popular today with 1000s of views. However with over 92 miles of beachfront on M-25 its impossible to capture more great works of roadside art. If you spot a neat sign to share, let us know on our contact form. We would add your favorite to our collection.

The Pioneer Log Cabins of Huron County Michigan – We did a little research and it turns out there are a lot of pioneer log cabins located in Huron County. We were pleasantly surprised; we had thought that many of the log cabins that were in Huron County in the 1800s were destroyed in the great fires of 1871 and 1881.

History of Caseville in Pictures – Pictures and Postcards do a great job of capturing a moment in time. We found these gems throughout the Internet and made the collection from the 1800s thru the 1960s. They are a fascinating glimpse of Caseville’s history in pictures. It’s also amazing what has not really changed over the past 80 years.

Explore Art in the Park in Port Austin – It’s an end of Summer Tradition. The Thumb Arts Guild’s Annual Juried Art Fair occurs each Labor Day weekend at Gallup Park in Port Austin. It’s a chance to indulge in a variety of outstanding artwork by local and statewide artisans.

Under the Radar, Michigan Visits the Thumb – The PBS Network show Under the Radar Michigan visited the Thumb area during the summer of 2019. To those who love the Thumb, this has been a much-anticipated episode. We offer a glimpse of the highlights.

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