Door County Living Winter issue out now
Ever wonder how local radio stations make their playlists? Or how artists carve out a life on the peninsula? Or who the heck Amos Lovejoy was? The writers of Door County Living magazine did, and they set about answering them in the Winter edition.
You’ll also learn about the county’s many woodpeckers from Charlotte Lukes, discover how a cadre of volunteers marks and maintains 250 miles of snowmobile trails, and get a glimpse of the metalworks of Jim Rose. Patty Williamson dives into the history of one of the county’s lost rural grocery stores, and Polly Fitz takes you inside the cabins of Jack Opitz, who gives old log cabins in the upper peninsula new life. Uncover new stories in the Winter issue of Door County Living magazine, available throughout the peninsula now.