We currently have 38 blocks on the quilt trail, with new sites added each year. The numbers and descriptions below correspond to the numbers on the Timberland Quilt Trail Guide, available at the Chamber of Commerce in Mio, or at most Michigan Welcome Centers. You can also download the Guide from the home page of this website.
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Turkey Hill Farm has been in the Esch family since 1902. The original barn burned in 1995
and was rebuilt in an old fashioned barn raising. This is the Double Aster pattern.
32 - 4555 Tote Rd., Comins.
Thin Blue Line made in memory of Ron Alderman, a retired 25-year policeman.
34 - 3780 N. Weaver Rd., Comins.
Cedar Valley Wild Frontier Fun park is the site of this bright block.
Michigan’s 2nd largest amusement park!
Mike’s father built a yellow canoe out of orange crates. He still has the canoe
and this block celebrates that and living near the AuSable River.
* Private residence.
This post was founded in the late 70’s to serve the veteran’s of the community.
They hold many events and dinners. They also do community service projects.
All images (c) Timberland Quilt Trail, Economic Developement Alliance for Oscoda County.
All rights reserved.