Daily Archives: March 4, 2008

  • That's Ms. Alpha Dog to You

    Profile of Tasha Stielstra, one of the top female mushers in the Midwest. She and her husband own Nature’s Kennel and share what they know about sled dogs and the sport they love.

  • The Fire Not Forgotten

    The story behind Sheriff Frederick Ming’s involvement in the burnout of Indian Village in Cheboygan County.

  • Vintage Gaylord

    Time stopped but fun is still to be had at these Gaylord museums that harken back to another era.

  • Canoe the Manistee

    Rent a canoe and drift this majestic river and finish your lazy day with dinner in Grayling.

  • Cruise Lewiston's Twin Lakes

    Make it a day on the Twin Lakes, near Lewiston, starting off with a good breakfast and then on to the marina to rent a boat. Top it off with a night at the Lewiston Lodge.

  • Sled the Blue Bear Trail

    Fill up on an old-fashioned, rib-stickin’ breakfast before you hop on your sled and ride the Blue Bear from Kalkaska to Frederic and beyond.

  • Wander Hartwick Pines’ Old-Growth Wonders

    Take a hike through the towering old-growth pines found in the Hartwick Pines State Park near Grayling.

  • Golf Gaylord’s Marsh Ridge

    Marsh Ridge, an 18-hole golf course in Gaylord, offers spectacular views and challenging uphill shots.

  • 10 Reasons to Love Gaylord & Grayling

    Ten reasons to visit Gaylord and Grayling, including events, attractions and golf.

  • Fish The Au Sable River

    A description of how and where to fish the Au Sable River’s Holy Waters, near Gaylord.