We’re overjoyed to announce that our ‘The End of the Road in Michigan’ podcast has made it to the prestigious ‘Top 100 Michigan Podcasts’ list on Feedspot! This recognition celebrates our commitment to creating accessible and engaging content, bringing unique Michigan stories to everyone, including those with sight or reading difficulties.
Drive from any point south of the Thumb north toward Port Austin, Michigan, to its tip, and you will encounter small towns and villages hanging on by a thread. The town at the tip of the Thumb has taken a different approach; offering the community a destination for the entire summer season.
Short history of Charles Learned, the builder and Huron County pioneer who build the Garfield Inn and was friends with a US President James Garfield.
The Charity Island History spans 100’s of years. Today the island is a wildlife sanctuary and visited by only a few people each year. We cover a bit of this mysterious remote island located in the middle of busy Saginaw Bay.
Huron City Michigan is a historic district and museum with buildings from the 1800s. The town was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1995. The tiny town is open for tours on Friday and Saturday during July & August.
The End Of The Road In Michigan is a podcast series of historical stories and current news from Michigan and the Upper Thumb. Available on Spreaker, Apple and Android.
With over 35,000 islands, the salt and shark-free Great Lakes have some of the most inviting and unique chances for island exploring anywhere in the world. Some of these magnificent island destinations are only accessible by boat or float plane, while others offer regularly scheduled ferry service. Here are six choice island destinations to explore.