Travel trends come and go, but after the tourism industry came to a halt due to COVID-19, every avid traveler is looking forward to what 2021 could offer. Nonetheless, even with the global rollout of vaccines, travel will look different from before the pandemic. Increased health
On the surface, there seems to be nothing one can do in Michigan except visit the great lakes and marvel at nature’s magnificence. But getting in awe of Michigan’s backdrop is just part of the city’s charm. In truth, Michigan is a reminder of how
Many countries and states are currently on lockdown. With more people getting infected and dying because of the pandemic, we must stay indoors. This makes people think of all the great things they can do and places to visit once the pandemic is all over.
Playing in the snow can be fun and exciting, that’s why a lot of people really look forward to winter. Just like the warmer months, there are tons of outdoor activities you can do in this cold, snow-filled season. And just like getting exposed to
Spring break is coming real soon and you’re probably thinking of ways either to have fun or to get some R&R. If you’re still deciding where to go for the break, these states offer places, foods, and experiences you just can’t get anywhere else. So
With less than two months until the start of deer season, a lot of Michiganders are now busy preparing to take part of a long-standing, time-honored tradition. Getting out in the woods, waiting for that buck to show up, taking that shot, and getting some
The Uinta Mountains, located 100 miles east of Salt Lake City, Utah, is the highest range in North America. It’s a subrange of the Rocky Mountains, and has peaks ranging from 11,000 to 13,528 feet. These mountains are also the largest wilderness area in