Rademacher offers glimpse into Michigan Back Roads

June 29, 2020  |  by Bonifas Arts Center

The Bonifas Arts Center has partnered with Michigan Back Roads author,  Ron Rademacher, to launch a podcast series featuring day trip adventures on the back roads of Michigan. 

Ron is the author of six books about Michigans off-the-beaten path locations filled with history and stunning scenes that inspire a sense of wonder and peace. Join us in listening to this new series that will feed your adventurous side and lead up to his presentation at the Bonifas Arts Center, September 10 at 6 p.m.

These are short videos, about five minutes. Each will highlight day trip destinations all across the back roads of Michigan. We’ll explore lesser known destinations across both peninsulas including scenic drives, little know trails and historical destinations that you have overlooked. 

Examples include:

  • A water trail with a shipwreck at one end and abandoned lighthouse at the other.
  • A museum that houses the mysteries Newberry tablets
  • The story about the day Lady Godiva rode through Michigan.
  • A remote cave where a hermit lived. 

All of these and more can be found on the back roads of Michigan. We hope you’ll join us for day trips and getaways on the back rods of Michigan.

In this video, Rademacher talks about the Crisp Point Lighthouse and A.E. Seaman Mineral Museum.

Lean more about Rademacher’s books at michiganbackroads.com.

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