This week, I have felt grateful for a lot of things, but one is the amazing trip we went on. We went up north on Mackinac Island. Something Mackinac is known for is the salt water taffy and fudge. Mackinac Island is right on Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. Watch out when going in the lakes, be prepared to step on rocks and if you’re looking for big seashells, sorry, there’s none. You can find tiny ones. They’re by the quick sand or when the water washes up on the sand. Also, something while visiting up north, I visited all the Great Lakes. I also went to a Petoskey beach. The Petoskey stone is Michigan’s State Stone. A Petoskey stone is a fossil of coral. We collected so many stones. Another really fun place to go is the Pictured Rocks. It is so cool how you can make pictures and let your imagination flow. Something my sister saw was a whole flock of sheep.