Before we left Michigan, Clark and I considered a dash to Canada just to see what it might be like in the land of frozen snow. We stood on the Detroit shore and looked across to a different country. Off in the distance, you can see the Bridge to Canada.
Clark poses in front of the Detroit River. Across the way you can see the casinos in Windsor, Canada.
A monument marker at the park showing the great lakes.
From the park along the river we could see the General Motors headquarters. Great building, right in the heart of downtown Detroit.
Clark is famous! They named an entire street after him!
Before leaving Michigan, we had to stop by at least ONE of the Great Lakes. Lake Erie was nearest -- but we found it close to the town of Port Huron! Talk about screwed up names. Ha. Even so, we made it to the great waters of Lake Erie.
And then we joined the great waters of Lake Erie as brothers by adding our own water. We are one with Nature now.
Clark, in his University of North Texas shirt, gives the Eagle Claw! Go, Eagles!
Just a couple of interesting shots of Clark as we drove along the lake.