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5 Top Restaurants on Mackinac Island To Try!

By FelMasterMind | May 20, 2019

Navigation: Inn at Stonecliffe The Woods Restaurant Pink Pony Millie’s on Main 1852 Grille Room When you are looking for a place to get away for an extended weekend or for your vacation, take a look at all the exciting opportunities waiting for you on Mackinac Island. Located in Lake Huron, just north of Mackinaw…

The Best Wedding Venues in Northern Michigan

By FelMasterMind | May 17, 2019

Navigation: Castle Farms The Homestead Resort Blue Bridge Visions at CentrePointe Northern Michigan is a magical place. It has sleeping bear dunes and tunnels made of trees. You can explore historic fishing towns or take in the majestic colors of Fall. And, if you are looking for the perfect wedding venue, it’s a place that…

The Top 3 Hotels You Need To Stay At In Mackinac Island

By FelMasterMind | May 13, 2019

Navigation: The Inn at StoneCliffe The Grand Hotel Bicycle Inn and waterfront Collection Mackinac Island is a great destination spot to stop by when visiting Michigan. It will take multiple days to see everything that might interest you so you will need to pick an awesome hotel to stay in overnight. This guide discusses the…

What Is There To Do On Mackinac Island?

By FelMasterMind | May 10, 2019

Navigation: TAKE A BIKE TOUR SHOP TIL YOU DROP FORT MACKINAC AND FORT HOLMES RICHARD AND JANE MANOOGIAN ART MACKINAC ART MUSEUM MACKINAC ISLAND STATE PARK GIDDY UP Located along the scenic shores of Lake Huron, Mackinac Island is truly one of Michigan’s truest gems. This charming island is an ideal place to escape the…

Calling All Polar Plungers- What’s the earliest you have ever jumped into Lake Michigan?

By FelMasterMind | May 6, 2019

Navigation: History of the Polar Plunge How cold can you go? What do you love about the lake?   Michigan is known for its abundance of freshwater coastlines and its winters, so combining the two has often made some sort of sense to residents over the years. One of the wildest hobbies for Michigan enthusiasts…

Visit 4/5 of the Great Lakes At These Michigan Hotspots

By FelMasterMind | April 26, 2019

Navigation: Frankfort, Michigan Luna Pier, Michigan Oscoda, Michigan Munising, Michigan No one is prouder of what Michigan State has to offer than we are. While people unfamiliar with the Mitten State may only associate us with Lake Michigan, you can visit the shores of four of the five great lakes without leaving the state! Take…

School Is Almost Done- Time To Dust Off Your Running Shoes: The Best Places to Run in Traverse City

By FelMasterMind | April 22, 2019

Navigation: Vasa Trail Tart Trail Meadow Loop and Copper Ridge Trail Fern Lake Loop Boardman River Trail Muncie Lakes Pathway Summertime in Michigan can be one of the most wonderful and beautiful seasons in the state. Although there are plenty of things to do statewide, there’s a lot of exciting attractions in Traverse City. You…

Plan the Ultimate Michigan Summer Road Trip

By FelMasterMind | April 19, 2019

Navigation: Road Trip to Traverse City Travel to Grand Rapids Visit Detroit, Michigan Michigan has some of the best summers around. There are so many things to do, especially as a family. You can enjoy the lake, eat fresh blueberries, visit museums, watch or play baseball games, and do it all when you hit the…

Check out The Upper Peninsula Wineries in Michigan

By FelMasterMind | April 15, 2019

Navigation: Michigan is More than Just Great Lakes The Wine Trails of the Upper Peninsula The Ultimate Upper Peninsula Michigan is More than Just Great Lakes Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is getting a lot of national attention these days. We know why. It’s our Upper Peninsula wineries. Genuine wine connoisseurs almost always know where to find…

What To Do With My Kids On Summer Break in Grand Rapids?

By FelMasterMind | April 12, 2019

Navigation: Grand Rapids Children’s Museum Grand Haven City Beach Food Tour Summer is synonymous with fun for children. It is a time when they can sit back and rest after a grueling school year. It is when they discover things outside the classroom. A time when they can pursue their interests. Grand Rapids offers some…

7th Annual Accelerate Michigan Innovation Competition

By Donald Herrera Fairbairn | November 2, 2016

Coming up this Thursday, Detroit MI will be hosting the 7th Annual Accelerate Michigan Innovation Competition where several dozen startup companies are competing against one another for $1 million in cash prizes as well as exposure to investors that will generate more money for the upstarts than any prizes. With Detroit hosting such innovative competitions…

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What is There to Do in Michigan in the Fall?

By Donald Herrera Fairbairn | October 31, 2016

It’s that time of the year again when we are graced with the presence of Pumpkin Spice Latte. It’s the perfect drink for the perfect autumn in Michigan. The state is known for its short, hot summers and long, cold winters. So Michiganders always welcome the onset of fall. But Pumpkin Spice Latte isn’t the…

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Halloween Is Around The Corner and Michigan Has Some Real Haunted Houses to See.

By Donald Herrera Fairbairn | October 27, 2016

There is certainly an aesthetic appeal to some of the 100+ year old manors sitting around Michigan, especially at this time of year. There has been the usual surge of ghost hunting at this time, and the game is plentiful in Michigan which has several centuries old establishments which have housed phenomena that have baffled…

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A Stunning Peek Into a Perfect Michigan Autumn

By Donald Herrera Fairbairn | October 25, 2016

Previously we talked about the rainy summer in Michigan delaying the autumn bloom of color in the tree leaves. Well for most of Michigan that bloom has finally hit, and the wait was well worth it. For those who have yet to have the season reach them, check out D3 Imagery who have provided 360…

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Lake Michigan Now Recording Highest Ever Water Temperature

By Donald Herrera Fairbairn | October 24, 2016

Scientists have been surveying the surface temperatures of Lake Michigan since 1979 and this year they have noticed a record breaking high for the month of October. While this is an alarming statistic showing the global impacts of climate change, on the bright side it is allowing the swimming season to be enjoyed later in…

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Michigan Declares Careers in Energy Week

By Donald Herrera Fairbairn | October 19, 2016

Michigan’s rising economy has been expanding their renewable energy jobs exponentially. Michigan currently has 97,000 available jobs in the energy industry, which is expected to grow 9.4% by 2024. With the growing need for people working the energy field, Michigan has declared October 17th through October 21st to be Careers in Energy Week. With all…

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Michigan Mom’s Energy Conserving Message Goes Viral

By Donald Herrera Fairbairn | October 18, 2016

A Clarkston Michigan mother decided to post a message for her three children on the thermostat: “Unless you answer YES to all of these… Do not turn on the heat!!! Are you wearing a hoodie, pants, socks? Is it November? Do you pay the gas bill?” She posted the image on her Facebook account and…

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Michigan’s Autumn Colors Have Been Delayed, But The Display Will Be Worth The Wait

By Donald Herrera Fairbairn | October 13, 2016

The late summer season had abnormally torrential rain, which might have ruined some camping trips, but it’s been good news for the trees. This year the abnormal rainfall will be delaying the full display of autumn colors, but this delay will come with the bonus that the healthier trees will be bringing out a more…

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Michigan Farmer and Part Time Teacher Discovers Nearly Complete Mastodon

By Donald Herrera Fairbairn | October 12, 2016

It’s been an exciting week for Michigan paleontologists with a local grown farmer and part-time teacher was on a hike when he discovered a mastodon bone belonging to an 11,000 years dead local. Within hours there were volunteers from all walks of life who were quick to dig through mud and soil for one of…

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