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It’s that time of year, the time that winter storms hit with the predictability of a rolled dice. The chances are not huge, but they are always there.  Is your cell phone charged?  Do you have flashlights, water, candles and plenty of food that doesn’t require a stove to cook it?  Consider having high-energy foods […]

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We all think about when to go, where to go, and what we will do while we are gone, but do we take the time to think about keeping our home safe while on the road.  This is as important as the trip itself and especially since as we get older so many of us […]

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Tasting in Ann Arbor, a food and spirit experience!

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I’ve mentioned in a previous blog about a few of the great restaurant options in Ann Arbor and the surrounding area that I experienced on a hosted trip at the end of November and beginning of December.  Besides restaurants though there is a plethora of tasting opportunities as well.  You never have to be hungry […]

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Wrapping up the Twelve Days of Christmas - Gifts From Ann Arobor

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Recently I went on a press trip to Ann Arbor Michigan and visited this sophisticated city with small town charm.  I also visited some of the nearby areas and was so charmed that I have been sharing gift ideas with the theme  Twelve Day’s of Christmas in Ann Arbor! On the first day of Christmas […]

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The Salt Lick Auction

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I was hooked when I read about the 10th Annual Great Salt Lick Contest on the North American Travel Journalist (NATJA) website.  The idea of auctioning off salt blocks that livestock through the process of obtaining salt, carve into an artistic creations, caught my attention and fueled my desire to visit Baker City for the […]

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