Monthly Archives: July 2009

  • Country Life

    Simple Fields of ordinary beauty. Gaylord, MI 2009

  • Outdoors 101: Knots Every Outdoor Person Should Know Part 1

    Knot-tying is an invaluable skill whether in the woods of Northern Michigan or on a boat in Lake Michigan. In this edition of Outdoors 101, we teach two basic knots.

  • Traverse City Film Festival: Frequently Asked Questions

    Film-goers who flock to Traverse City for the Traverse City Film Festival, founded by Michael Moore, often need to know everything from where to buy tickets to where to find restaurants with a view between films. We’ve got the answers.

  • Learn It, Love It: Mountain Biking

    Traverse City mom, Sarah Racine, was pretty sure she wouldn’t like mountain biking; now she’s a convert and she’s sharing some tips to get anyone started.

  • Traverse City Film Festival: What to See if…

    Suggestions for the Traverse City Film Festival based on who you are.

  • Apple Season

    Apple Season is Near! Gaylor, MI 2009

  • Leelanau Forest

    Leelanau Forest, 2008

  • Tips for Using Emergency Boating Signal Equipment

    EIRPB: a sure life-saving signal from outer space? Maybe.

  • Life-saving rescue of four fishermen offers life-saving advice

    How boating accident victims could have hastened their rescue.

  • Tap Into Traverse City's Brew Pubs

    Traverse City’s brew pubs are each unique, each very tasty and all turning heads in the beer world, including Mackinaw Brewing Company, Right Brain Brewery, Kilkenny’s Irish Public House and Jolly Pumpkin Old Mission.