Northwest Lower Michigan Clock, 12" Diameter
It is time for an adventure to The Mitten! Savor the experience slowly, taking your time to explore the beauty of the northern lower peninsula. Spend your days on the shoreline of Lake Michigan climbing the dunes. Lose yourself in the majestic forests and wander Sleeping Bear Heritage Park trails. Keep your eye on the clock - you do not want to miss the sunsets in Alpena.
Northern Lower Michigan is separated from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan by the Straits of Mackinac. Though the two peninsulas of the state are connected by the Mackinac Bridge, there is much discussion regarding the physical and philosophical separation of the state. There is no debate, however, that both peninsulas provide stunning vistas and plenty of outdoor space for blazing new trails and exploring great shorelines.
The Northern Lower Michigan topography and bathymetry seen in a wood chart brings the beauty of this peninsula to life. This clock is made with Baltic birch, expertly etched with the names of different points of interest. Each piece of high-quality birch is cut to precision and the background is hand-stained a stunning blue to match the waters surrounding the lower peninsula.
Your Northern Lower Michigan clock will remind you daily that it is time to return to The Mitten!
Points of Interest on a Northern Lower Michigan Clock Wood Map:
Beaver Island, Charlevoix, Grand Traverse Bay, Lake Michigan, Leelanau Peninsula, North Manitou Island, Petoskey, South Manitou Island, Straits of Mackinac, and Sturgeon Bay
Northern Lower Michigan Clock Wood Map Details:
Made of Baltic Birch
Laser-etched Contours and Landmarks
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