We strolled along the riverside and waved to our friends in Canada.
The William G. Milliken State Park is Michigan’s first urban park and has a 52-slip harbor.
And a 63-foot lighthouse which is a smaller replica of the one at Tawas Point State Park.
The central plaza has a carousel and several map sculptures and a cafe.
A group of kids were playing in the fountains by the GM Renaissance Center. I dunked Mr. N in the water because he was getting hot but he wasn’t nearly as gleeful about it as the children.
On the sidewalk are pictures of various city scenes around Michigan. Mr. N is sitting on the Ann Arbor one.
Mr. N decided he was ready for a nap after dodging all the bikes and people and walking in the heat. Mr. N is an urban dog through and through. He likes cities with all the bustle and people and smells. Does your dog like country walks or city walks?