Here in Grayling we've settled in to a full blown Michigan winter.  You could measure it by the ten inches or so of snow on the ground or by the cold, sub-zero temperatures, but in the North you know you've really arrived when the schools are closed for a snow day and last week we had two! I hear lots of folks bemoan the idea that there’s nothing to do in the winter.  That it’s sort of a time to hibernate.  While that may be true for bears and the like, it’s just not true for ...
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