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Glen Arbor, MI - Lost Soles Totem

Glen Arbor, Michigan is another favorite for summer tourists. In 1848, John LaRue set up a trading post at Sleeping Bear Bay to trade with Native American's in the area. Wooding stations soon provided fuel to passing steam boats, and as more settlers arrived, the Glen Arbor Township had a population of about 200, sported three docks, fisheries, two hotels, four stores, blacksmith and cooper shop, lumber mill and more.

Outside the local favorite Art's Tavern, someone came up with a quirky way to display lost shoes on the Lost Soles Totem. Photo by Kathy Weiser-Alexander.
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Glen Arbor, MI - Lost Soles Totem