Michigan Highway 134 connects the southeastern extent of the Upper Peninsula to Drummond Island, an island just to the east. The portion of Michigan Highway 134 runs along the northern shore of the piece of Lake Huron nearest to Lake Michigan and the Mackinac Bridge. From De Tour Village, Michigan Highway 134 uses a ferry to continue onto Drummond Island. Interstate 75's exit labeled "exit 359" marks the western end of Michigan Highway 134. It runs east from there, and the waters of Lake Huron are visible from many points along the mainland portion of the route. At De Tour, Michigan Highway 134 jumps across the water on a ferry to the southwestern corner of Drummond Island. On the island, Michigan Highway 134 continues for another 8 miles, to end at Drummond's main town junction. The grocery store, hardware store, town restaurant and ice cream joint are all at this crossroads, where Michigan Highway 134 ends.
My photo of Michigan Highway 134 signage comes from the eastern end at the main town junction on Drummond Island. The end marker depicted, indicating the eastern terminus of the state highway, sits on the southeast corner of the intersection, facing west. The intersection is a four-way stop, so eastbound travelers will have plenty of time to notice it. This photo was taken at the tail end of July 2022, during a trip to the Keweenaw, Drummond Island, and Alpena.