Aurora Borealis has been hanging in the northern sky all week, but Tuesday the bursts were more visible. It was flickering dimly along the GR skyline when I came in at 4:30am, but it was more apparent earlier in the morning.
It's every stereotype you were told about Michigan's regions since you were a kid. You know -- all they do in Grand Rapids is make furniture, everyone in Holland wears Dutch clothing and picks tulips, and Canada is home to evil scientists. (Wait. WHAT!!?)