Fall color is around every corner in the Traverse City region. Some areas are more intense than others, but overall, autumn's display is at peak.
Coryn Briggs is the Digital Marketing Manager at Traverse City Tourism. A Detroit area native, she earned a Bachelor’s degree in English and a Master's in Recreation and Tourism Management at Michigan State University. She has lived and worked in Traverse City since 2004 and enjoys running, riding her cruiser bike along the TART trail, hiking at the Sleeping Bear Dunes and dining at Traverse City's restaurants.
We have an annual tradition in my house that begins the first of October. No sooner, no later. This year, I wasn't sure if my tween and my teenage daughters wanted to participate, but sure enough they were begging as soon as the month began!
Eating is all in a days work for Instagrammer Seoung Lee from Chow Down Detroit. Lucky guy, right?
What happens when two world travelers from California visit Michigan, and more specifically, Traverse City for the first time?
#empirebluffs, #empirebluff or #empireblufftrail, look up one or all of these and you will be pleasantly rewarded with an array of photos that show off this beautiful trail that is part of the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.
Every morning I look forward to opening my package of tea for a very simple reason; to read the quote on the little slip of white paper at the end of the tea bag. Much like cracking a fortune cookie in half to find out what potentially lies ahead in my future, this simple act of daily awareness often has an impact on how I perceive the day ahead of me.
We have the wine, the beer, the distilled spirits and the food, but do we also have the coffee? Often overlooked, Traverse City’s coffee culture is alive within the city. Whether it’s the first cup of the day or that afternoon latte, your caffeine cravings will be satisfied.