When wife and husband Patty Rasmussen and Mo Rave stayed at The Terrace Inn and 1911 Restaurant in Petoskey nearly two decades ago, their vacation inspired a 17-year ownership of one of Michigan’s most historic hotels.
Ski, swim, snowshoe and explore the Petoskey area’s premier resorts
For Mother’s Day this year, I decided to gift my mom an experience. After more than a year of lockdowns and limited trips outside of our homes, I hoped an excursion would be more meaningful than the standard candle or gift card.
Farm-to-table isn’t just a trend in Fennville; it’s a way of life.
Relax at a living time capsule and recreation paradise along the Pere Marquette River
Pack a bag and discover the small-town charm of this lakefront city
Located in a former Coast Guard Station overlooking Lake Michigan, Port of Ludington Maritime Museum stands as a gateway to the past.
Bob Alderink hummed as he whipped up a homemade sweet onion and herb quiche at his historic Ludington bed and breakfast.
As I near the halfway point of my hike on the Lost Lake and Island Loop Trail in Ludington State Park, my pace starts...
Pigeon Hill is a former Muskegon sand dune where, in the 19th century, up to 5 million passenger pigeons nested.
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