Living on Mackinac Island: Loving Life

My July 17 post listed challenges to societal well-being in a description of Mackinac Island (consumerism, militarism, unjust immigration policy, racism, and rural poverty). You could get the impression I was against them. I still am . . . . Partway through this summer I became convinced loving life is as important as is protesting […]

Where I Am: Mackinac Island, MI

This summer I returned to Mackinac Island, MI, working for the state park and focusing on the side on song. I visited here when a child and worked here for a summer when I was 19. Where Lake Michigan and Lake Huron connect, the Straits of Mackinac feel wide open, and they hold history, from […]