Near the tip of the thumb along the Lake Huron shoreline is the historic town of Huron City. No one lives in the former town but it is not a ghost town. It has been converted into a museum consisting of several historic buildings. One of them is this historic church that served as the methodist church for the town since it was built in 1882.
The windows are covered up for the winter, I guess I will have to go back and visit in the summer. you can find out more about the historic village on their website HERE.
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