Simply Spring

Posted on March 19th, 2018
Spring has sprung, but not everyone will be heading south in search of sandy beaches. If your compass points north, we have a few suggestions for spring break fun in the Gaylord area! The Alpine Chocolat Haus is certainly no secret (it would be impossible to keep their decadent chocolate covered pota

Past My Bedtime

Posted on March 1st, 2018
If you’re anything like me, then you are not a rock star anymore. Going “out on the town” is a distant memory; going out of the house past 8:00 p.m. in the winter is virtually nonexistent! But every now and then, you have that undeniable urge to do what you always say you will do – get together with…

4 Ways to Keep Your New Year’s Resolution

Posted on January 2nd, 2018
The ball drops. Fireworks explode against the now-January night sky. This is it, the moment everyone shouts “Happy New Year” and reaches for a midnight smooch from someone nearby. But all you can think is “it’s here…the diet I said I would start after the holidays.” The ever-popular Ne…

Celebrate the Sweet Stuff

Posted on December 5th, 2017
As if trays of savory, bite size hors d’oeuvres, delectable holiday dips and sherbet topped punches at holiday parties weren’t already enough to derail my attempt at dieting, December is full of recognition days centered on the sweet stuff – I’m talking brownies, cookies, cupcakes a…

Sandwiches – Not Just Peanut Butter and Jelly Anymore!

Posted on November 3rd, 2017
What is the timeless #1 go-to meal for fussy children?  While peanut butter and jelly sandwiches may have saved many of us from starving, over the years we grew to crave more between our bread.  Fortunately, Gaylord is filled with a heaping helping of appetizing options that do not requir…

Celebrate Sweetest Day…

Posted on October 18th, 2017
I’ll take any excuse to entice my husband into a day of exploring northern Michigan, Sweetest Day included!  Traditionally not considered a “real” holiday, this special occasion gives you the opportunity to make everyday moments more meaningful, simply because you can say “it’…

A Selection Of Great Dining Options, That Just Keeps Growing

Posted on August 11th, 2017
Pictured is Main St. Market pan seared Alaskan halibut w/ citrus chive butter, au gratin potatoes, and asparagus.
It was a recent summer Thursday evening and Main Street in Gaylord offered sensory overload in sounds of live music, the smell of a great variety of food and people watching. In the past g…

Take time Feb. 18 to fish with your kids

Posted on January 29th, 2017
Out, See, Go by Chris Engle, contributor Darkness fell across Otsego Lake and the wind picked up, pounding on the fabric walls of my shanty like the cold breath of the big, bad wolf. I unzipped the door and stepped out to shovel more snow against the walls to secure the shelter in its place on the ice. By th…

Locals Vote Best Chili in Gaylord

Posted on October 7th, 2016
  It’s fall and there is nothing better than a warm hearty bowl of chili.  Chili, with beans or without, spicy or mild, from white chicken, beef or venison; a bowl of chili is just as unique as the individual who eats it.  Eat it alone or pour it over fries and baked potatoes.  Add garnishes lik…

Have You Herd?

Posted on September 2nd, 2016
Gaylord has it’s very own elk herd.  The Elk Park has over 70 elk, sika and fallow deer contained on 108 acres.  September is one of the best months to observe.  The male bulls are trying to establish dominance for mating with the female cows.  They are very active and make loud vocalizations kn…

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