I make no bones about loving Michigan's Upper Peninsula. And somebody at NASA is a big fan, too. NASA just released a photo of a huge part of the Upper Peninsula. According to MLive.com, a photo taken from the International Space Station early in the morning on September 3rd, 2017 (6 days after the photo I'm using in this story)

The photo NASA took shows the Keweenaw Peninsula and the area to the east. If you look closely, you can see me driving home from our stay that week at a cabin in Grand Marais.

My question - why are we just now seeing a photo from over a year ago? What are you hiding NASA? Hmmm. I think we all know.

Here's the story with the photo.

 

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