Richard Steffke and his wife, Gail, opened Gibraltar Bay Alpacas on Grosse Ile in 2008 after taking ownership of the 12-acre farm from its previous owners.
Wafting through the room is an inviting olfactory blend of sweet berries, fresh bread, and a country breeze, gently nudging one to join the other guests for a hearty farm breakfast. This isn’t a typical bed and breakfast - this is agritourism.
Billowing boughs of purple, pink, and white lilacs signal warmer weather has arrived on Mackinac Island.
Imagine being locked in a room without a key. The only form of escape is solving a series of puzzles to find a solution to a fictitious circumstance…all before time runs out!
There’s another way to get around, and it’s growing in popularity: to take a train or bus.
Sprinkled along the shores of the Great Lakes are clues into Michigan's geological past in the form of stones. If you've ever harvested...
Urban farming comes in many forms, from large indoor/ outdoor urban growing operations to smaller neighborhood plots.
A 2012 Netflix documentary called “Somm” followed four wine lovers as they trained and studied for a demanding test that would grant them the title “Master Sommelier,” the most prestigious distinction in the world of wine, and the beverage industry in general.
Add fresh herbs to winter pasta, soups, and roasts all season long with these simple tips for growing your own indoor herb garden.
From famous actors to musicians to sports figures, Michigan is no stranger to fame. But what about the authors from our great state? If you look up “authors from Michigan” online, the list is a mile long. Some are well known and familiar, while others are not.