We were heading down Port Oneida Road to spend the day near Pyramid Point, one of my favorite spots. Up ahead, where the road makes a quick turn to the right, stood a line of tall trees. Above them and around them, the sky was radiant with a brighter, whiter light. Even though you couldn’t see the water, you could tell by the light that Lake Michigan was there, just beyond the treeline.
Tag - sailing
If you've ever looked out onto West Grand Traverse Bay on a summer day it's fairly certain that you've seen a majestic schooner sailing through the waves with her sails raised high and her compass set for True North. Today, we're talking to Dave McGinnis - Owner, Senior Captain and the man behind
By MIKE NORTON
Sometimes I think Traverse City must be the capital of small-boat sailing. And among its many other wonderful qualities, September has the best sailing weather of the year.
The winds seem to freshen, for one thing. (And they seem to be a