Monthly Archives: July 2014

Big Bay de Noc: The Shimmering Waters of Michigan

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On the Southern shores of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, along the coastline of Lake Michigan, a small body of water known as Big Bay de Noc became my closest, largest, and wettest neighbor.  This body of water forms along a small …

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Escanaba: Gateway to the Upper Peninsula

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It was 1:35 pm in the afternoon when I touched down at the small Delta County Airport.  I was greeted with nothing more than an obscure terminal with one line for baggage check and an even smaller baggage claim.  The …

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Ferrara’s: Little Italy’s Best Dessert!

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Many eateries in New York City have come and gone over the years.  Luckily, though, some have stood the test of time and have become staples of the Big Apple.  One place in particular sits in a cozy corner of …

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The Lobster Roll: Lunch in Napeague

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When you open a restaurant just a stone’s throw from not one, but two bodies of water, odds are, you are gonna have access to some of the freshest seafood around!  And when you are also located off a remote …

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