February 2018 Traverse, Northern Michigan's Magazine

February 2017

12 Outings You'll Love
Hearty Italian Dinner by Homestead chef John Poimbo
Ice Fishing With KidsHow to ... and why!
May Erlewine The Queen of folk music talks transitions
Dining: Sweet Wines to Ease the Cold
Drinks:Desserts for your Valentine

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February 2018 Traverse, Northern Michigan's Magazine

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February 2018 Traverse, Northern Michigan's Magazine

The February 2018 issue will ship after mid-January 2018

Winter Wander
10 Spots for your winter bucket list
Warming Up to Winter
Homestead chef John Poimbo channels his Italian heritage for a delicious and hearty meal to fuel your winter-loving family (With Recipes!)
Never One Thing
Luminescent singer-songwriter and benevolent queen of Michigan's folk scene - May Erlewine talks life transitions
Ice Fishing With Daughters
A passionate fan of ice fishing shares his fatherly tips and advice for passing along the love of winter angling to the next generation PLUS Northern Home & Cottage!

The renovation issue of Northern Home & Cottage in Northern Michigan.
Up North
Dick Wagner—U.S. Ski Team super- fan; TC’s electric dreams; latest batch of wine tasting rooms; Myth and Meaning film.

This is MyNorth
February’s better with MyNorth in it!

January Events The snow is calling! Enjoy at a fresh event near you!

Snowy fun at a good price. Deals for Feb Fun.

Up in Michigan
Snowshoeing to freedom.

Desserts for sweet Valentine’s Day, and any day, really.

Local Foodie 
Ropa Vieja from Scott North.

Sweet wines for the heart of winter.

For Land and Water 
1% for the environment. Timothy Young makes the case.

On the Cover:
Feeling Alive; Snowshoeing on Mackinac Island, Photo by Erik Olsen

And Deborah Wyatt Fellows's column ...

by Deborah Wyatt Fellows

I once had a live snowy owl as a touchstone. Small and silent and seemingly carved of pure white marble, this owl allowed me to pass on skis at least once each winter, my eyes wandering back each time to see if he’d moved a feather.

He never had.

At first I was merely elated when my husband told me in hushed tones to look slowly toward the lower branches on my right. But the owl’s presence came to mean something more than just elation after the first winter or two; his presence made me slow down and feel lucky and grateful and awed.

... Get the January issue of Traverse Magazine and read the rest of Deb Wyatt Fellows's column.