Last Saturday we continued our North Country Trail focus with our third consecutive day on the trail. This time we accessed the trail from the Baraga…
We have been slacking a bit this summer with regard to getting in our 100 miles on the North Country Trail to qualify for our patches, so we started…
With family heading homeward, we sought peace and quiet last Saturday by getting out for a 4.2 mile hike on the North Country Trail to the south of…
When I left off in the last issue, we were heading uphill from Copper Harbor to hike at Estivant Pines. This sanctuary maintained by the Michigan Nature…
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July wrapped up being a very busy month with two sets of family coming into town to spend time with us. The awesome thing about living in the Keweenaw…
With more family about to come into town, we squeezed in a couple of awesome hikes ahead of their arrival. The first hike was on one of our favorite…
Last week started with the concrete pour for the apron connecting our new garage to our driveway! Jeff Heikkinen who did the block work for our garage…
To punctuate the grandsons’ visit with a final adventure, we hiked the Slate River Canyon! There are many interesting ways to do this hike, but we opted…
A really awesome aspect of living in the Keweenaw is that when family comes to town you have endless opportunities for keeping them entertained. In the…
We have had family in town this week so I have some catching up to do here at the Remote Workforce Keweenaw Newsletter! The interview I noted in the…
The last week provided an interesting mix of activities starting with a television interview at Centennial Park here in Chassell with WJMN Channel 3…
This past week started with an article covering Remote Workforce Keweenaw in Crain’s Detroit written by Eric Freedman about “climigrants” who are…