Tourists Visiting Chapter Sites
It’s the main part of the tourist season in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and people are visiting many of the sites in Superior Tapestry.
Here’s a shot of a child watching the Houghton-Hancock lift bridge go up so a sail boat with a tall mast can go under it. (Chapter 15, “A Bridge Across”)
About Deborah Frontiera
Deborah K. Frontiera grew up in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. From 1985 through 2008, she taught in Houston public schools, followed by several years teaching in Houston’s Writers In The Schools program. A “migratory creature”, she spends spring, summer, and fall in her beloved U.P. and the dead of winter in Houston, Texas, with her daughters and grandchildren. Four of her books have been honor or award winners. She has published fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and children’s books. She has a board position with the Upper Peninsula Publishers and Authors Association. For details about her many books and accomplishments, visit her web site: www.authorsden.com/deborahkfrontiera