Michigan Highway 67 is a short north-south highway in the middle of the Upper Peninsula, between the two tiny towns of Chatham and Trenary. The northern end of Michigan Highway 67 is at Michigan Highway 94 on the south side of Chatham. Michigan Highway 67 heads due south for about 9 miles, then due west for about two and a half miles. When Michigan Highway 67 completes that westerly path through Trenary, it ends at US Route 41.
My photo of Michigan Highway 67 is a southbound reassurance marker that actually faces east, as it sits along the short east-west segment through Trenary, more to the south. The sign assembly depicted serves travelers leaving the main intersection in Trenary. US Route 41 is just ahead into the photo's background. This photo was taken at the very end of July 2022 as I was touring around northern Michigan (stopping in Copper Harbor, Manistique, Drummond Island, and Alpena).