Happy Friday, everyone!
For my final post from Northern Michigan, I will be sharing some of the beautiful sights from the Leelanau Peninsula–a truly beautiful area of the country. Fall came a bit early this year; in past years, Labor Day weekend was still summer like. As we drove some of the back roads, you could see the trees beginning to change color. In about a week, the leaves will cover the full range of gorgeous Autumn colors.
To celebrate the fall weather, I bought this cute patterned tunic, made by and sold at (you guessed it!) Haystacks. It is a lightweight cotton and I just love the pattern. Doesn’t it look like Fall? It will be perfect for a Fall day in Southern California.
I really liked the slightly fitted waist and the belled sleeves.
It is SO challenging to find the best pictures to share with you! It is just such a pretty area and I have SO many photos! The following are just a few of the sights from Leelanau Peninsula, with images of Traverse City, Sutton’s Bay, Northport, Leland and parts in between. Enjoy this eye feast!
I hope you have enjoyed this mini tour of the Leelanau Peninsula in Northern Michigan. If you ever have a chance to visit this area, you won’t be disappointed! And having great friends there makes our visits even more special.
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Monday’s post will be back to reality–at home in Southern California. Have a wonderful weekend!