Eric is a native Michigander with an interest in geogrpahy and history - but the reads won't be as snoozy as you might remember from school. In a previous life he was lead explorer of Season 1 of the Haunts and Legends of New York video series (http://bit.ly/HauntsAndLegendsNYS) and host of Foodamazoo (http://bit.ly/Foodamazoo).
This Video of a Semi Crossing the Mackinac Bridge During the Polar Vortex Is as Extreme As…
This video, recording during the Polar Vortex storm from January 2019 will give you the same on-the-edge-of-your-seat feeling you likely got watching Ice Road Truckers.
Ice Balls Are Back on Lake Michigan – Watch Them Roll Along the Shore
The Great Lakes create some incredible natural phenomena each winter. Perhaps nothing is more amazing than the ice balls that occasionally float to the shore.
This Video of Kayaking Over Tahquamenon Falls is Exhilarating and Terrifying
You know the old joke about going over Niagara Falls in a barrel - how about going over Tahquamenon Falls in a kayak? That's exactly what one videographer captured in the Upper Peninsula recently.
This Might Be Michigan’s Best Halloween House
This house just might be the most simple but amazingly decorated house for Halloween.
Oh That’s Just a Tree Growing Out of This House in Northern Michigan
Tucked away on a side street in Northern Michigan is a tree growing out of a front porch.
Remember When Michigan Welcome Signs Looked Like This?
Today you'll be welcomed to "Pure Michigan" at every major border crossing into the state. But do you remember when this sign greeted you entering Michigan?
St Joseph’s Legendary Lighthouse to be Featured on Vernors Cans This Summer
Vernors will be featuring 7 iconic lighthouses from across Michigan on cans of their pop during the summer of 2018 including the iconic North Pier light in St. Joseph.
This Northern Michigan Tourist Store Couldn’t Have Gotten It More Wrong
Take a trip to Northern Michigan and you're sure to come away with some souvenirs and fudge (plus a few more pounds than you left with). But this area tourist trap couldn't have gotten the Great Lakes more wrong.
Fireflies are Dying Across Michigan – And It’s Heartbreaking When You Learn Why
Have you noticed there are fewer fireflies now then there were when you were a child and used to catch them in a jar? They're slowly dying across Michigan and the nation.
All of Michigan Was Once on Central Time, And That Just Doesn’t Feel Right
Michigan, with the exception of the southwestern Upper Peninsula is on Eastern Time. It's all you've ever known. But it wasn't always this way.