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The 60-chapter Story
A bone-numbing wind whistled across Lake Michigan’s icy surface, bulleted through the slats in the palisade walls of Fort Michilimackinac, then scattered like grapeshot through the chinks in the rowhouse of an affluent British trader. We don’t know t
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Up On Whaleback
The Leelanau Peninsula bluff known as Whaleback rises 300 feet above Lake Michigan, serving up an awe-inspiring view of North Manitou Island in the foreground with its sibling island South Manitou trailing behind. The islands are separated from the L
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Jimmy Goes Fishing
It’s late April and I’ve just returned from camping deep in the jack pines of the Au Sable River basin with Layla, my English setter. We shared two sunny days and two cold, crystalline nights, waking to frozen water in her bowl. She is a fine compani
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NORTHERN Home & Cottage resources
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Chasing. Aurora.
It’s no secret I love the aurora, known by many as the northern lights. Ever since I first saw them (accidentally) in July of 2018, I had been dying to see a “real” show—a good G1/G2 level event. So, when I saw there was a Labor Day aurora predicted,
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The Solace of Home
As I write this, Michigan’s stay-at-home restrictions are beginning to lift. I feel a bit like a snail, peeking my antennas outside the safety of my shell to begin to make sense of the world again—a world that must still continue social distancing. A
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Food Truck Feast
If sampling a lamb cheeseburger taco, whitefish and chips and baklava all in one spot appeals to you, The Back Lot in Petoskey should be the next stop on your foodie bucket list. Or if you’re feeling steamed bao buns, a pulled pork and mac-n-cheese s
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Northern Mood
Don’t be caught empty handed when the friends and the grands gather. Here’s the 1-2-3 of a best-ever bonfire! —EE ROME HOBO PIE IRONS: We found ours at Jay’s Sporting Goods, jayssportinggoods.com RECIPES: Cherry chocolate? Pizza sandwiches? Check out
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Full Moon Pizza
We caught up with Sarah Marolf and Rusty Bolt, owners of Full Moon Pizza (formerly Pizzadoughsio, the rebranded truck opened in The Back Lot in May), to hear about what brought them to the food truck biz and what goes into making their delicious wood
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Restaurant Guide
WATER VIEW BLD | BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER BAR | ALCOHOL SERVED $ | ENTRÉES INDER $10 $$ | $10-20 $$$ | ABOVE $20 Black Mountain Lodge Hikers on Black Mountain love settling in post-walkabout for the glorious view of East Twin Lake and freshly prepare
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A Sweet Partnership
It’s a match just as sweet as the Morsels themselves. When the COVID-19 pandemic forced Morsels owners Misha and Jeff Neidorfler to temporarily close their Traverse City storefront, Fresh Coast Market owners Dave Sears and his wife, Jen, reached out
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Celebrating Our Communities
We’ve been doing our Red Hot Best nominations and winners for over a decade now, and I don’t think it has been filled with quite the same meaning for me since our very first one. We started RHB in the time of the Great Recession as a way to celebrate
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Farm To Glass
Each year, as the summer solstice kicks up the heat, Bar Manager Barbara Saxton invites Little Fleet guests to cool off with her seasonal Farmers Market Cocktails featuring fresh, local fruit, herbs and vegetables. Sugar snap peas with your gin? Micr
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The Big 1-5-0
Some folks mix up Mission Point Lighthouse (on Old Mission Peninsula) and Grand Traverse Lighthouse (on Leelanau Peninsula). “We even had a pizza delivered to Mission Point that was supposed to be for the keepers at Grand Traverse,” Ginger says. So,
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Bike the Betsie
Start at the lake (Cannon Park at Betsie Lake, to be specific). Walk your bike to the shoreline and fill up water bottles at the burbling mineral spring enshrined under a pagoda. Pause to watch the trolling boats captained by red-eyed fishermen as th
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Michigan’s Magnificent Elk
Roaming Pigeon River Country with their bugle-like calls is one of the largest free-roaming elk herds east of the Mississippi. Readers who have followed Traverse over the years likely recall iconic images of these regal creatures (many taken by renow
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Offield Family Viewlands
Thanks to local grants and donations, Little Traverse Conservancy recently completed the purchase of the former 290-acre Little Traverse Bay Golf Club property, transforming it into the Offield Family Viewlands—a protected working forest reserve that
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Cherries!
In our September 1988 issue, writer Melissa Findley chatted with Justin Rashid, co-owner of American Spoon Foods, about the latest food trend—dried cherries. Justin remembers first picking up the “nifty little snack by chance” in 1982 (which also hap
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Outside Fires
This homeowner didn’t stop at the massive stone hearth—he also asked Drost Landscaping to bring it all together with matching stone steps and a waterfall that leads to a natural stone hot tub. A full outdoor kitchen and native plantings blend with th
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August
Northern Michigan has many incredible courses. Find a new one to play at MyNorth.com/Golf. We think this retro recipe should be paired with an A-frame vacay. MyNorth.com/WatermelonBasket Take a look inside the wild world of chopper rescue teams. MyNo
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Sacred Summers On Holy Island
Some 16 years back, a friend of Jim Hultquist’s invited him to bring his family up from their home in Chicago to Holy Island for a visit. The friend, who had summered on the tiny island in Lake Charlevoix all of his life, was pretty sure the Hultquis
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24 Hours In Charlevoix
This classic Lake Michigan vacation town gets some good-natured ribbing for a slogan that caught on in 1882 when a local paper proclaimed the city the new playground of the captains of industry and dubbed it: Charlevoix the beautiful. Today, “where i
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My North REAL ESTATE & HOME SERVICES
In May, analysis from the Traverse Area Association of Realtors showed an overall decline in sales of single-family homes compared to the previous year, likely due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its far-reaching economic impact. Even so, there was some
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Keeping the Cottage
The cottage is the only consistent home I’ve ever had. It is the only place I can go back to and be in a room I’ve slept in since I was five years old—the same wooden bunk beds, the same four walls. It sits on a lake near the small town of Bellaire,
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The New NORTHERN DREAM
Broker Kimberly Bork didn’t know what to expect when she listed the Cherry Basket Farm, a historic Leelanau County farm that has been home to a high-end event/catering operation for over 15 years. After all, the chef/caterer owners are not selling th
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Let's Celebrate The Best Of Local
More than 12,000 people voted in MyNorth’s 2020 Red Hot Best competition, and if you were one of them, you saw we’ve changed it up. After more than a decade of sharing the winners in each category for Northern Michigan as a whole, we decided to dig i
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3 Ways to Up Your Kitchen Game
With all the recent challenges we’ve faced, many of us have been stuck indoors, staring at the same walls for longer than we’d like—and realizing we need a change. The kitchen isn’t just the heart of the home—more and more it’s where people are expre
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True Blue
Echoing through the storefront of Buchan’s Blueberry Hill is the sound of a telephone practically rattling off the hook. It’s late morning in early August, and Ben and Lori Buchan have grown accustomed to the ringing din this time of year. It’s prime
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The Way We Live Up North
PHOTO: DAVE SPECKMAN Practical aspects aside (washing off the sand before you come in), there’s nothing like an outdoor shower to make you feel alive. Rub-a-dub as you gaze up at clouds floating past tree canopies where birds tweet and squirrels scam
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