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Good-bye 2020

Good-bye 2020

It is that time of year for self-absorbed blog writers (because let’s face it – by writing a blog I have to be a little self-absorbed to think that anyone wants to read what I have to say), to take some time to reflect on 2020. Best Moment(s) While everyone is quick...

Winter is Coming!

Winter is Coming!

Environmental impacts of winter salt use. Salt used on roadways, sidewalks and parking lots doesn't just disappear when the snow and ice are gone.  The salt is washed away, either into storm drains or through drainage ditches and ultimately into lakes and streams....

Vice Presidential Visits to Lake Maxinkuckee

Vice Presidential Visits to Lake Maxinkuckee

After publishing my last article about Portledge, more than one person commented about the Vice Presidential visit to that cottage in the early 1900s, so I felt it warranted a story.  No matter your politics, it’s a big deal to have the Vice President of the United...

Portledge – What a Lady!

Portledge – What a Lady!

I have lived in Plymouth for thirty-five years and experienced Culver on day trips, bringing my kids to the beach or eating at the various restaurants, but it’s different now that I’m working here.  I am so intrigued by the families who discovered the magic of the...

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Good-bye 2020

Good-bye 2020

It is that time of year for self-absorbed blog writers (because let’s face it – by writing a blog I have to be a little self-absorbed to think that anyone wants to read what I have to say), to take some time to reflect on 2020. Best Moment(s) While everyone is quick...

Winter is Coming!

Winter is Coming!

Environmental impacts of winter salt use. Salt used on roadways, sidewalks and parking lots doesn't just disappear when the snow and ice are gone.  The salt is washed away, either into storm drains or through drainage ditches and ultimately into lakes and streams....

Vice Presidential Visits to Lake Maxinkuckee

Vice Presidential Visits to Lake Maxinkuckee

After publishing my last article about Portledge, more than one person commented about the Vice Presidential visit to that cottage in the early 1900s, so I felt it warranted a story.  No matter your politics, it’s a big deal to have the Vice President of the United...

Portledge – What a Lady!

Portledge – What a Lady!

I have lived in Plymouth for thirty-five years and experienced Culver on day trips, bringing my kids to the beach or eating at the various restaurants, but it’s different now that I’m working here.  I am so intrigued by the families who discovered the magic of the...

American Mink

American Mink

I recently had a conversation about a mink sighting along the shoreline.  Since this was not the first time the subject of a mink family living at the lake was brought up, and I know next to nothing about mink, I thought I should do some research. European Mink There...

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