It was a crisp morning in Cedarville when Paula Badour decided to toss out a small bit of leaf lettuce for the wildlife. What she didn't realize is her action would result in a battle that Michigan Folklore (maybe) says has been happening for many years.
Recently Christy Spidell and her family took the insane snowfall that they've gotten and had a little fun with it, shaping it into long couches that span the length of he deck. I guess you could consider these to be frozen assets.
Never in a million years would we imagine getting the amount that this one Yooper had in Eagle River, Michigan on Valentine's Day. From what I can make out, there are roughly 45 deer just hanging out in his backyard.
Lakenenland is owned by Tom & Lisa Lakenen, and is open 24/7 365 days a yea and its free to enjoy. The 37-acre park is located 15 miles east of Marquette on highway M-28 across from Shot Point road, and has been a staple of the community and may possibly be the most unique spot in all of the Upper Peninsula.