What I Found When I Went Looking for a Moose

My neighbor's have been hearing a strange bellowing noise by Mud Lake, and they think it might be a moose. It's not entirely impossible. There's a population of about 400 or so moose in Michigan's western Upper Peninsula, although these are found quite a ways south and east of here in Baraga, Iron, and Marquette … Continue reading What I Found When I Went Looking for a Moose

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Getting Ready for Maple Syrup Season

Groundhog Day was last week. I have no idea what the groundhog's verdict was this year, but it doesn't seem relevant around here when the snow can stick around into April or even May. But, come to think about it, perhaps Groundhog Day does hint at one sign of spring: It's about six weeks until maple … Continue reading Getting Ready for Maple Syrup Season

Foraging… no… Superfood Hunting

I listen to a lot of podcasts, and the Rich Roll podcast is one that always has inspiring guests discussion interesting ideas at the intersection of health, performance, and spirituality. Given that my two most recent posts have been about foraging (here and here), I was really happy to see that Rich Roll interviewed superfood … Continue reading Foraging… no… Superfood Hunting

Ax and Saw: A Project for Fall and Winter

There are two quirks of my personality that have a habit of sabotaging me this time of year. One is my natural tendency to want to hibernate as the days get colder and darker, and I've written in the past about how I struggle in the fall to keep up my positive attitude and maintain healthy … Continue reading Ax and Saw: A Project for Fall and Winter

Weekend Warrior in the Keweenaw

We stayed pretty close to home this summer on account Sexy's broken ankle (better now!) and getting our very own camp.  We've also been especially busy at work the past few weeks. Because we haven't had a lot of time to play, we decided to head to the Keweenaw for the weekend for a series of small adventures. … Continue reading Weekend Warrior in the Keweenaw