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September 2017 Traverse, Northern Michigan's Magazine

September Summer: Wine & Art

The Outdoors Downtown
Heritage Brew
The Lost Coast
Literary Travels

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September 2017 Traverse, Northern Michigan's Magazine

  • September 2017 Traverse, Northern Michigan's Magazine

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September Summer

Plus, 2017 Estate & Financial Planner

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The Outdoors Downtown
 Park the car and leave it parked. Then bike, walk, paddle, and, heck, even swim your way through a weekend of fresh air, delicious eats and fab shopping.
Heritage Brew
 Petoskey Brewing launched where a righteous brewery should: in a refurbished century-old brewhouse. Things only got better. Bonus: Your plan for a microbrew weekend.
The Lost Coast
 Erik Olsen and friends hopped astride two wheels and got all extreme bike packing on Drummond Island. You can too. Bonus: Ideas for milder weekend island cycling too.
Literary Travels
 Ernest Hemingway, Jim Harrison, John Voelker. Three authors, each inspired by a different piece of Northern Michigan. We take you there.
Plus » Estate and Financial Services

Up North Fall arts and entertainment preview. See all the good stuff comin’!
This Is MyNorth Tap into MyNorth for funner days.
September Events Cool air and cool events. Get some.
Travel Artful weekends away.
Up in Michigan She fell in love with Lake Michigan all over again, from a surfboard.
Dining Gourmet eats to go. Perfect for September wandering.
Local Foodie Recipe: Harvest-time quiche.
Drinks Local gin round-up.
Outdoors Seeking grouse. 

For Land and Water GreenER’s über local environmental action. 

On the Cover: Jon-Paul Allgaier

And, of course, Deborah Wyatt Fellows's column

The In-between Season


It’s been said that travel in September feels like playing hooky. There is no denying the strength of the “back to school,” task-oriented self that natu- rally emerges in most of us in this month. And that’s partly what makes the heightened sense of escape all the more palpable. We learned this a long time ago, which is why the September issue of Traverse is always centered around travel. We want to play our part in giving everyone permission to listen to this month’s siren call beckoning us to drop what we should be doing and indulge. ...

... Get this issue and read the rest of Deborah Wyatt Fellows column on how Northern Michigan's community, and her own life, is reflected in the spirit and people on her daily ride to and from work.

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