This morning’s fog was very thick and widespread, with temperatures up into the 40s. That’s the fog of melting snow. Snow on the ground is now just about non-existent in most of the northern lower peninsula. So, we had a … Continue reading
Call us at 800-966-3818. Thanks Frontier; you’re such a swell company with such a solid infrastructure! Our traditional phone lines fail in heavy rains, while our internet-based phone service seems fine. Sorry for the troubles. — Rob (24 Nov. 2014) … Continue reading
Not quite like Buffalo, New York, but we’ve gotten about a foot of snow this week, and had to plow most every day. Many vehicle accidents, I-75 closed one morning, and we’ve seen snowmobiles and cross-country skiers out running around. … Continue reading
I went down to the Novi snowmobile show again this past weekend, to work the booth for Grayling, sponsored by the Grayling Visitors Bureau. We saw good attendance and lots of positive energy Friday night and Saturday. Sunday was slow, … Continue reading
We’ve been gathering lots of blueberries along the bike path this week: … Continue reading
With kids out of school, fishing activity increasing, and summer finally arriving, we’ve been fairly busy. We have several upcoming weekends mostly or completely sold out, so call us soon if you have plans to come up!
June 14, 31 Deg. F. this morning with frost on the ground. We hope that’s the last!
Opening day of Trout season seems early this year, with unusually cold weather. We’ve talked to a few well-insulated fishermen, who seem more interested in being out on opening day than actually having any luck fishing.
We had rain overnight, it has stopped now and may change over to snow as the air temperature cools down. That’s the forecast anyway. It’s a wet, icy mess right now, though: … Continue reading
December was unusually cold, and we received quite a bit of snow, more than the normal year-to-date average. There was some snowmobile traffic the week between Christmas and the New Year, but not a very large amount. We got reports … Continue reading