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February 2019

Episode #8021 | week of February 28, 2019

Grey County, Ontario

“HIKING IN THE TREES”

Autumn color abounds as we take you on a vacation you will never forget. We take a hike across tree tops in an old growth forest and then end with a zip line down 300 feet from the top of the Niagara Escarpment. Along the way we will stop at the oldest brewery in Ontario.

March 2019

Episode #1504 | week of March 7, 2019

Roscommon County, Michigan

“ROSCOMMON TRAILS”

From ORV Trails where we take the Jeeps off road onto giant, punishing rocks to trails that take us disc golfing and kayaking to trails that take us through an old growth forest, this trip is about Trails of all kinds.

Episode #1204 | week of March 14, 2019

Upper Peninsula, Michigan

“IT WON'T HURT US TO GO TO CURTIS”

Curtis is a place in the U.P. that most people have never been to and don’t know much about, so to quote an old friend, “It won’t hurt us to go Curtis.” We visit three large, nearby lakes with the same name - Big Manistique, Little Manistique, and North Manistique. We will enjoy fishing, hiking and friends galore.

Episode #906 | week of March 21, 2019

Hiawatha National Forest - Upper Peninsula, Michigan

“BIG ISLAND CANOE AREA”

Located in the Hiawatha National Forest in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, Big Island Lake Wilderness contains 23 small lakes ranging in size from 5 to 149 acres and the only way to reach each one is to portage in. After time spent in the wild we end our trip at one of the rustic celebrations the U.P. is known for, Folkfest.

Episode #1502 | week of March 28, 2019

Michigan / Ontario

“OUR FAVORITE HIKING TRAILS”

We picked hiking trails that were scenic, rugged, least known, and most accessible to hikers. Maybe you know of some that you feel are even better? Well watch and let us know your suggestions