July 2010 Traverse, Northern Michigan's Magazine

Our Island Adventure Issue Editorial:

• Dine by the Water • Summer Dune Escapes • Sailing School for Your Kids • Up North’s Best July Events Catch up on some Fantastic Features: • Classic Resort Dinners • Next Generation Winemakers • Saving the World’s Water. Plus, Northern Real Estate SHIPPING IS INCLUDED IN OUR PRICE
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July 2010 Traverse, Northern Michigan's Magazine

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Traverse Northern Michigan’s Magazine Presents: Island Adventure Issue

Our Island Adventure Issue Editorial: • Dine by the Water • Summer Dune Escapes • Sailing School for Your Kids • Up North’s Best July Events

Catch up on some Fantastic Features: • Classic Resort Dinners • Next Generation Winemakers • Saving the World’s Water. Plus, Northern Real Estate SHIPPING IS INCLUDED IN OUR PRICE

Island Adventure Issue: A family, a borrowed boat and the shelter of Beaver’s outer islands.

Our Island Adventure Issue Editorial: • Dine by the Water • Summer Dune Escapes • Sailing School for Your Kids • Up North’s Best July Events Catch up on some Fantastic Features: • Classic Resort Dinners: Fridays at Chimney Corners • Next Generation Winemakers: Young Vintner Make Their Mark • Saving the World’s Water: H20 with Traverse City’s relentless Carl Ganter Plus, Northern Real Estate: Premier properties and agents. SHIPPING IS INCLUDED IN OUR PRICE

Departments:

  • Up North: The Cherry Raisinet deal
  • Travel:Vacation by a dune.
  • Up in Michigan:Wil Cwikiel goes after Cisco (the fish, not the kid).
  • Dining:Great food, lovely water views.
  • In Season:Soupe au Pistou, a basil-enhanced garden delight.
  • Wine:perky and perfect picks for a picnic.
  • Outdoors:Where kids learn to love wind and waves: community sailing schools.
  • Into the North:Drenched in delicious summer feel.
  • Calendar of EventsFun stuff for the best July ever.
  • Restaurant Guide
  • Founder Deb Wyatt Fellows' column
And of course Deborah Wyatt Fellows's column: The More Things Change. . . As our 30th year of publishing Traverse, Northern Michigan’s Magazine unfolds, I find myself getting to chat anew about the decades of work we’ve done—and we continue to do—celebrating and protecting the enduring qualities of Northern Michigan. It may sound odd, but I talk just as much about innovation that has been required to preserve these qualities as the endurance itself. ... SHIPPING INCLUDED