The feeling starts to build in you—the need to be on the road, seeing new sights, meeting new people, and just getting the hell out of the city. We answered by planning a looping road trip into the great Northeast to see mountains and ocean again and find ourselves on some green-coated hillside far from the gritty streets of Chicago. We chose a few planned destinations and a ton of miles to cover between them. Before we arrived at what can be called the Northeast, we went through Michigan. Getting off the highway to go through Port Huron, we marveled at the expanse of factories lining the bank on the other side of the St. Clair River flowing from Lake Huron. We came across this bold sign, unfortunately the only moose we’d see the whole trip.
People lined up along the Black River to watch a parade of yachts…
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