Monthly Archives: November 2011

Learning to Love this “In-Between” Season

Yep, I still get the kayak out in November, December, January… By MIKE NORTON Local wits like to say that if you don’t like the weather in Traverse City, all you have to do is wait five minutes. This past … Continue reading

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It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Mac & Cheese Time!

Serving up Tasty Mac & Cheese at Chateau Chantal By MIKE NORTON Each November, on the first Saturday after Thanksgiving, lovers of good food and wine flock to the vine-covered slopes of the Old Mission Peninsula for one of the … Continue reading

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Beyond the Beach: Traverse City for History Buffs

The Ornate Sixth Street Home of Traverse City Founder Perry Hannah By MIKE NORTON For years, visitors have been drawn to Traverse City by its dramatic natural beauty and its reputation as a four-season staging area for outdoor adventure. But … Continue reading

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Get Those Skis out of the Attic: The 2012 Vasa is Going to be BIG!

Eager competitors in the 2011 North American Vasa ski race. Photo Credit: North American Vasa By MIKE NORTON Only three months from Vasa weekend! I know, I know; it’s barely November yet, so why am I obsessing over an event … Continue reading

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