Happy July! Summer is officially here in Pure Michigan! Since everyone has been out enjoying the warmer weather, we wanted to take a look back at some of our favorite photos from June. Below is a gallery of just some of the stunning photos that our Pure Michigan Facebook community shared with us last month. See more on the Pure Michigan Flickr page.
Which photo from June is your favorite? If you have a photo to share with us, visit the Pure Michigan Facebook page and post it there.
Longtime Michigan resident, Maria Almaguer, describes her homesickness after recently moving out of state in another touching guest blog post. Read her story, and those just like it, here on Pure Michigan Connect!
I now believe that a place gets imprinted on your psyche after so many years. All my life (I’m 42), I’ve lived in Michigan; born in Detroit, raised in Allen Park and Rochester Hills.During college, I lived in Ann Arbor; then, after I got married, we lived in Royal Oak, Detroit, and then back to Royal Oak. While in Royal Oak, we attended many local events including the now-defunct Detroit Cityfest, the Clay & Glass Show, and the world’s biggest garage sale. And on Saturdays, we got our produce at the Farmers Market.
Special thanks to Lindsay Wyskowski for sharing with us the things she misses the most about our state. Learn about the Great Lakes, seasonal activities, and more here on Pure Michigan Connect!
Oh, how I wish I was in Michigan!
Of all 50 states, there’s no doubt in my mind that if you really want to experience the four seasons throughout the year, Michigan is the place to be. True Michiganders may joke that there are seasons like construction, but winter, spring, summer and fall all have a place in the soul of the Great Lake State.
“The Gilmore Car Museum is so much more than just a tribute to a collection of historic automobiles” explains Keith Crain, Detroit publisher of AutoWeek Magazine. “With the museum’s newest construction projects, its onsite museum partners, incredible grounds, outstanding programming and world-class collections it is truly becoming the nation’s premier auto museum.”