Michigan Highway 119 is a north-south route north of Petoskey, at the northern end of the Lower Peninsula. The route hugs the eastern shores of Lake Michigan, toward the northernmost portion of Lake Michigan reasonably considered to have an "eastern shore." The southern end of Michigan Highway 119 is an east-west stretch of US Route 31, just east of Petoskey. The state highway spurs northward from there, curving westward along the north side of Little Traverse Bay, and following more shoreline north of there. Michigan Highway's 119 eventual destination is the small town of Cross Village.
My photo of Michigan Highway 119 comes from the southern beginning at US Route 31. The signage depicted is the first northbound reassurance marker, informing travelers that they have just turned off of US Route 31 onto Michigan Highway 119. This photo was taken along the trip across Michigan in August 2020. I was driving from the Mackinac Island area to Traverse City.