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Feeding wild songbirds in winter can be very rewarding and also challenging. Year-round feeding can be doubly gratifying, which is what Charlotte and I have been doing for many years. To be perfectly honest, we don’t supply these creatures with food thinking we are helping them remain alive and healthy. We realize our desire to […]
Being a year-round resident of Door County, visitors often ask, “What do you all do here in the off season?” My standard answer to this question is: “It’s my favorite time of year. There is time to reflect, time to reconnect, time to be still, time to get out and enjoy the quietness of the […]
What is a business in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, to do to stay in the game against fierce foreign competition? That’s a question the team at WireTech Fabricators had to ask itself after it saw its high-volume grill business undercut and taken away by a Japanese manufacturer. Well, you batten down the hatches and look for […]
Seeing Gregg Curzon, he appears how anyone would imagine a “local.” From Monday through Saturday he’s in his navy blue work shirt, busy helping locals and visitors with their motorsport and storage needs at his business Harbor Marine and Motorsports. He’s one of those guys who seemingly knows everyone in Door County, but, as he […]
Back in Mansfield, Ohio, 13-year-old Pat Judy was sitting at home when a man in the neighborhood stopped by, hat in hand, and asked the boy’s mom if he could sub for their sick drummer at the local Liederkranz Hall. The neighbor knew Pat played drums in school. Because he promised to chaperone the boy, […]
Inspired by Jan Comstock’s painting, “The Dreamer.” Popcorn kernels are strewn about the carpet, as well as Isabella’s clothes – indigo jeans, a gray sweater with a turquoise peace symbol. She sits on the air mattress in her pure white pajamas, her legs straight in her ladybug sleeping bag as she leans against the small […]
Door County winter fun isn’t restricted to cozy living rooms, quiet cafés or dark movie theaters. Don’t get me wrong – cuddling up inside with a good book, sipping tea and knocking movies off my must-see list are great activities for the chilly season – but when temperatures drop, outdoor fun on the ice is […]
It’s said that long-married spouses sometimes grow to resemble one another and that pets and their owners may share features. Noted fine art nature photographers Heather and Lucas Frykman say their style has converged to the point that occasionally even they can’t tell who took a particular picture. “Often, I’ll take a picture of Heather […]