Episode Archives: 2020

Episode #1605

January 2020


Episode #1601-001 | week of January 2, 2020

Roscommon County, Michigan

“Winter Getaway in Michigan's Other Great Lakes”

Roscommon County, Michigan has claim to the largest inland lake in Michigan along with the deepest. With all this water you know there is a going to be a ton of snow with lots of winter fun. Come and discover winter with us!


Episode #1402-002 | week of January 9, 2020

throughout Michigan and Ontario

“Winter Wonderland”

We have had the opportunity to go to a lot of great places and see some great winter scenery. We decided it was time to put our favorites together in one show.


Episode #1114-002 | week of January 16, 2020

Ogemaw County, Michigan

“It's Snow Time”

No better place to start winter than in the heart of Michigan. There is lots of snow for some great cross country skiing up and down the incredible hills of the Ogemaw County Pathways and what would a winter trip be without some ice fishing.


Episode #1213-002 | week of January 23, 2020

Sault Ste Marie, Michigan

“Winter in the Sault”

Join us for the most grueling snowmobile race in the country, the I-500. From there it’s everything winter from ice hockey to x-country skiing.


Episode #1605-001 | week of January 30, 2020

Michigan's Great Lakes Bay Region - Saginaw, Bay, Midland Counties

“Great Lakes Bay Trails”

As Michigan continues to build and promote trails for Hiking, Biking and Fun, this area brings some of the newest for your enjoyment.

February 2020


Episode #1701-001 | week of February 6, 2020

Michigan's Sunrise Coast

“Huron Shores Circle Tour”

Our tour starts on the beautiful beach in Tawas then heads north to Sturgeon Point Light, back east to Reid Lake Foot Travel area and over to River Road Scenic Byway before ending at the Negwegon State Park. There are so many stops along the way that you will need to watch to enjoy them all.


Episode #1702-001 | week of February 13, 2020

Manistique, Michigan

“Michigan's First Rails-To-Trails: Celebrating 50 Years”

In 1969 there were no Rail Trails in Michigan until the folks in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula banded together to make the old Superior Railroad line into the first one and by 1970 it was a reality. 2020 is the 50th anniversary and we will bike, ATV, snowmobile and ride on horseback to discover the beauty and history traveling from Lake Superior to Lake Michigan on Michigan’s first Rails to Trails.


Episode #1106-002 | week of February 20, 2020

Michigan's Upper Peninsula

“The Keweenaw Peninsula”

This rugged wilderness is the northernmost part of Michigan! Here is where the largest freshwater lake on earth creates a peninsula called the Keweenaw. We will hike to Montreal Falls, discover the history of Fort Wilkins and the Delaware Copper Mine, and enjoy the breath-taking beauty of the Great Sand Bay. Plus, we will bring you “Then and Now” giving you a glimpse of what the area was like 20 years ago.