I took this pic yesterday (10/20/16) on M123 at the entrance to the Upper Tahquamenon Falls during my road trip thru Michigan. This weekend would be the perfect weekend to head up to see the spectacular fall foliage. It’s like driving thru a Bob Ross painting. The colors north of Gaylord and Alpena are sure to peak this weekend. I did not make it over to the west side of the state near Petoskey so I can’t say for sure what the color is like over there but I am thinking they must be vibrant as well.
I also went along the Au Sable River from M65 to Oscoda, and I would say its just a little before peak color, I think it will peak in a few more days, but it is still really breathtaking looking out over the river at Lumberman’s Monument.
I hope you can get out and enjoy this once a year magical time in Michigan before it’s gone. I have lots of pics and stories to share over the next few weeks. I hope you will sign up for email updates so you won’t miss anything.
Now that I am back from my trip Lost In Michigan Calendars are back on sale this weekend I hope you will take a look at them HERE