Here in Michigan when the weather is nice, everyone is outside enjoying it. Whether it be hiking, biking, swimming, fishing or what other activity, Michiganders love to capitalize on favorable weather. Here are 5 hikes in Michigan that you shouldn’t miss out on in 2020!
5 HIKES IN MICHIGAN FOR 2020
- Empire Bluff Trail – Sleeping Bear Dunes
- Chapel Beach – Pictured Rocks Lakeshore
- Lake of the Clouds – Ontonagon Area
- Hogback Mountain – Marquette
- Arch Rock – Mackinac Island
JetBlue Airways today announced it will extend through the July 4 holiday its commitment to seat distancing by blocking middle seats in rows where parties are not traveling together. The policy, part of the airline’s multi-layered “Safety from the Ground Up” program, comes as the airline is also set to roll out temperature monitoring for […]
Yangon is a city of contradictions. It’s the largest city in Myanmar, though it’s no longer the capital. That was changed to the planned city of Naypyidaw in 2006. It’s an important commercial center in Southeast Asia, but there are no skyscrapers. Downtown Yangon is still full of colonial-era buildings, while new construction maxes out at 10 stories. It’s also home to more than seven million people, yet it still lacks basic infrastructure. The government isn’t putting money into modernization. Despite these inconsistencies, Yangon is still fascinating.
In January, Jessica Fricchione and 10 of her family members booked what would have been her first cruise, a Bermuda sailing out of Baltimore leaving on May 31.
Due to the coronavirus crisis, the group’s sailing was cancelled — and they have no interest in taking a future cruise credit.
“No one in the family wants to book a cruise again,” she said, adding that they were looking into a stay at an all-inclusive resort instead. “I don’t ever, ever want to be stuck on a cruise ship.”
Justified or not, the cruise industry’s reputation took a hit from the high-profile Covid-19 outbreaks on a handful of ships in March and April.
For Project Top Flight the second prototype (BuNo 142260) of the Phantom II was equipped with water injection and flown by CDR Lawrence E. Flint in a series of twelve ballistic zoom climbs from 50,000ft at maximum power between October and December 1959 The McDonnell two-place, twinjet, all-weather F-4 Phantom II, with top speeds more…