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Annual Mackinac Bridge walk highlights – 2022

MACKINAW CITY – September 5, Labor Day, dawned with sunny, blue skies. The Mackinac Bridge Walk started at 7 a.m. Pictured are some of the 26,000 people who walked.

Simons family
The Simons family from Roscommon, Alyssa, Corbin, Ben and Delaney
Andrea Ryckman walked the bridge with Asher Bugg and Oakley Ryckman.
Stacey McAfee, Jalen McAfee, and Loretta Bell
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Laura Shomody, Traverse City, Cassi Archer, Traverse City, Amy Thompson, Oxford, and Halee Barnum, Traverse City.
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Josh Caverson, Prudenville, Cassi Archer, Traverse City and Merrissa Bourland, Prudenville walked on the grate when the police let them. They all did the double cross – over and back for a total of 10 miles. “It’s definitely an exciting experience! A little scary the first time and you feel a little drunk when you can feel the bridge sway,” they said.
Second family
Holly and John Second of Gaylord
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Chad Patterson (right) and youngest child, Del Patterson, walked as part of Troop 979 of Grayling.
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