Traverse City Cherries and Sand

Michigan boasts the world’s longest freshwater coastline. As they say here, four out of five Great Lakes prefer Michigan.

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Traverse City, Cherry Capital of the World

We landed in Traverse City, smack in the middle of their National Cherry Festival. Music, art and did we mention cherries? Tasting, cook-offs, pie eating, parades and marching bands. The best of summer in Michigan.

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Madden’s on Gull Lake, MN

Minnesota officially has 11,842 lakes over 10 acres in size! Flying in was a crazy quilt of lakes, created by glaciers during the last ice age. Or they could have been created by Paul Bunyan, […]

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Thermopolis, WY

In a town as small as Thermopolis, WY (population 3,038) it’s up to the dinosaurs and buffalo to make you feel even smaller. We enjoyed their mineral hot springs in the evening, after the hot […]

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Tahoe is OPEN!

Lake Tahoe is up and running!  Neal and Eileen Brauner and family were our guests for the weekend.  Lake Tahoe is still very low, despite a wetter than normal May.  The lake level is dependent […]

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Flagstaff Pro Am Golfing

Our second year competing in the PGA Pro Am tournament in Flagstaff, AZ

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US Open at Chambers Bay

Chambers Bay used to be an old gravel pit.  In fact, I used to live in an old apartment 5 minutes from there, where you could hear gravel trucks backing up 24/7 (beep! beep!) When […]

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CLUB Golf Tournament

Our annual tournament in Bremerton at Gold Mountain.  What perfect weather!  A great opportunity to catch up with old friends, raise money for charity, and goof around with golf.

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Meeting Amelia Earhart in Albuquerque

We always learn so much at the POPA (Pilatus Owners and Pilots Association) convention.  Three days of geeking out on plane stuff – best practices, unique flights and new developments.  It’s great way to meet other […]

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Swimming in San Diego

Perfect weather in San Diego, the eighth largest city in the US.  So close to Mexico, but the ocean breezes keep it cool.

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Golfing and Wining in Sonoma

We love Sonoma, because it is  a beautiful small town, and also has some of our favorite friends!  One thing we didn’t realize is that this was the spot of the Bear Flag Revolt in […]

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Starbucks Roastery in Seattle

An homage to coffee: a one of a kind coffee shrine.  The Starbucks Roastery and Tasting Room selects small batches of exceptional coffee, roasts them on site, and lovingly serves up drinks or coffee beans to […]

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