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October 26, 1991 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-10-26

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PHOTOG RAPH S BY CRA IG TER KOWITZ.

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lthough the busy motorist sel-
dom has time to look around
while commuting to and from work,
a drive to view the fall foliage can be
an enjoyable event. Indeed, in
Michigan, an entire tourist industry
has been developed around this
autumn activity.
The Michigan Travel Bureau has
published, "Michigan Fall Secrets"
specifically for foliage viewers.
The spectacular combination of fall
foliage and lake viewing is never out
of sight near Mackinac Island. Accor-
ding to the Michigan 'Navel Bureau
the Wilderness State Park West of
Mackinac City is a good site.
"The Tunnel of Dees" is on road
M-119 that follows Lake Michigan
shore from Cross Village to Harbor
Springs.
For maps outlining the scenic
routes, call the Michigan Travel
Bureau at 1-800-543-2937: or the
Michigan Department of Transporta-
tion, (517) 373-2090.

FALL '91 57

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