Snowmobiles are zipping past our house on the frozen lake, icicles are hanging from the roof, the barometer says “sunny,” but it’s not! It is the first week of March when a cold snap usually hits. This year it is just continuing. I am sure the skiers are happy.
Wildlife is moving about. A mostly black skunk, fur fluffed out, hurried across our snowy yard at 7 a.m. this week. Later in the day we drove into Traverse City. Cresting a hill we had to stop for 30 big, brown wild turkeys sauntering across the road. They were leaving a patch of scraggly sunflowers for a field of weeds and seeds. This is the level of our excitement these days. More
Happy New Year Record-Eagle readers,
2012 was the third best year in Traverse City real estate history.
Isn’t that crazy? More
Hello again Record-Eagle readers,
Home foreclosures are plummeting nationwide, and that is great news for both the Traverse City real estate market and local homeowners. More
These pictures of northern Michigan are a salute to our beautiful world in late August. Fathers are hooking up trailers to leave the state parks, cars from North Dakota, Ohio, Maine and Ontario are heading home. Parents and children are shopping for back-to-school clothes, evening comes earlier, the nights are crisp and sunrise is later. Yes, summer is coming to an end. Hopefully, there are many good memories to help students write essays titled, “What I Did This summer.” (Click on photos to enlarge them.) More