Monthly Archives: July 2008

  • Resources: Pint-Sized & Perfect

    Custom door, trim & cabinetry Knapp Carpentry, Steve Knapp, Beulah, 231-651-9028 Furniture Betsie Bay Furniture, Frankfort, 800-652-4202, Lighting Northern Lights & Lifestyles, Frankfort, 866-544-4894, Carriage […]

  • Pint-Sized & Perfect

    A retired New York executive fits his Crystal Lake life into a very small cottage and lives happily ever after.

  • Resources: Efficient Beauty in Traverse City

    Builder, architect and suppliers who contributed to the progressive spirit of an Up North Michigan cottage in a Traverse City neighborhood.

  • Otter Creek Beach in evening fog
  • Road Food Discovery

    Primo Pizza at New York Cakes in Atwood

  • Tapawingo

    If you haven’t yet made your pilgrimage to Ellsworth’s epicurean restaurant oasis, this is the summer.

  • How To: Build a Campfire

    Remember this parable for a foolproof fire-building method next time it’s your turn to set the spark.

  • Thoughts on a Bio-blitz and More

    This August, the University of Michigan Biological Station is hosting events celebrating 100 years of research at the camp near Pellston. To share in the festivities, Traverse, Northern Michigan’s Magazine is publishing a feature article about the camp in the August issue and is inviting people to share memories and thoughts about the camp on our website (see bottom of page). To get things started, we are publishing essays by staff and students who helped inventory the hundreds of species living at the University of Michigan Biological Station during a three-day event called a bio-blitz.

  • Looking toward the Manitou Islands from Pyramid Point
  • Beach Us Maximus

    Five Fabulous Swaths of Lake Michigan Sand