This large old house-looking building sits in the town of Herman. The town (or what is left of it) is in the Huron Mountains southeast of L’Anse in the Upper Peninsula. On December 19, 1996, the town received one of the largest snowfalls in Michigan history, with 30 inches of the white stuff falling in the single da. I wonder if that is why the roof has caved in. I am also wondering if this was a boarding house. You can’t see it in this photo but the trees are covering a large portion of the building. I think this was a place where lumberjacks would have lived way back in the day. If wall could talk I wonder what stories this old place would tell.
Note. I only take pics from the road and do not trespass. If you go out exploring please be respectful.
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