MUSKEGON TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WZZM) - Two Muskegon Township women are setting out on a journey up north, and they're not taking their car to get there.
Instead, that are lacing up their tennis shoes, strapping on their packs and are making the 300 mile trek on foot from Muskegon to the Mackinac Bridge.
For cousins Annette Krehn and Regina Prophet, it's going to be an adventure.
"I just turned 50 this past year, so this is like my mid-like crisis," says Krehn,"... while some people go out and buy cars and motorcycles, I'm going to go for a walk!"
And Prophet wouldn't let her make the trip alone.
"I told her that she's afraid of the dark and of frogs and there's no way she can do it alone, and she said 'Well, I wouldn't have to if you'd go with me' and it sort of snowballed from there," says Prophet.
The month-long hike up the state is a trip they're making for their health.