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An Acadian Immersion

  The moment I walked into the Acadian Village (Take a left at Bathhurst, New Brunswick, and drive along the Acadian Peninsula an hour or so), I knew I was in for a long, tiring, but ultimately satisfying afternoon. As I’ve mentioned before I’m a sucker for anything museum-ish or historical. (I don’t do lighthouses, […]

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Greenfield Village, Dearborn, Michigan. The stuff of memories

  You might think that memories from growing up in Detroit would be tinged with gray and scented with diesel fumes and burned rubber, but you’d be wrong. Some of my favorite childhood memories from Detroit include: eating blintzes my grandfather brought from Eastern Market the downtown Hudson’s building at Christmas the Fisher Building at […]

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Pure Mitten

Michigan readers–get a snack, read a magazine, take a snooze. Check back later. You know all this already. Friends from anywhere else—listen up! You don’t get to Michigan by accident. You don’t drive through on your way to somewhere else. You don’t get lost and end up in Escanaba. You don’t decide to stop by […]

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Pure Michigan

It’s not the easiest state to get to, but Michigan generously rewards those who go out of their way to visit its abundant natural beauty. A short list of some places not to miss.

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