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Wuksachi Lodge, built in 1999, is the newest of the lodges in the Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks. As a winter vacation, we enjoyed hiking through Sequoia's Giant Forest and snowshoeing and cross-country skiing on local trails. We were impressed...
I came upon my new winter activity almost by accident. I was heading out for a hike through my local forest preserve when I decided to take a pair of trekking poles. I'd fallen in love with them on a summer hiking trip, and thought they might liven up...
Channel 2 NewsA proposal to allow snowmachines in one of Anchorage's premier cross-country skiing parks has been rejected. The Anchorage Daily Newssays the city Parks and Recreation Commission and the city Parks Department said no to a proposal to allow snowmachiners...
Need exercise? Here's a marathon for today only. Start by fueling up on pancakes and syrup from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Sugar Camp Days (other festivities go until 3 p.m.) at Bendix Woods County Park in New Carlisle. Hike or run one of the Bendix trails,...
Tags: St. Patrick's Day, Middlebury
Lucille M. (Price) Seiler, 84, of Mason and formerly of Petoskey, passed away at her home in the presence of her family on Monday, March 11, 2013, of breast cancer. Lucille was born in Bay Shore (now Petoskey), on Dec. 9, 1928, to John and Margaret...
Channel 2 NewsWith spring approaching, crews at the Denali National Park and Reserve will make preparations for its spring road opening. This month, crews will begin removing ice overflow buildup on sections of the road between mile three and mile seven. Steam will...
Tags: National Parks
A member of a pioneering group of female paramilitary World War II pilots, Winter Park resident Patricia Erickson, died March 2 at the age of 92. Part of the group known as Women Air Service Pilots, or WASPs, which won a Congressional Gold Medal of...
With white hair and bald spots, the men scooted across the textured ice -- one shoe with a flat, grippy sole and the other that slides. They scoured the ice with what looked like brooms and "threw stones." They were curling, a sport that most of them...
Tags: Curling, Nordic Skiing, Media Industry, Sports
William Earl Price, 83, of Holland, Mich., passed away peacefully Thursday, March 7, 2013, at Hospice of Holland's Hospice House after a battle with prostate cancer. Bill was born to Earl and Marie Price in Saginaw, on Oct. 15, 1929. He grew up on Cherry...
EAST JORDAN -- A snow sculpture contest, frozen pancake toss, snowmobile drag races, antique snowmobile show and softball in the snow are just a few of the flurries of activities planned in East Jordan Friday, Jan. 11, through Sunday, Jan. 13, during...
Bella Vista Suites Bella Vista Suites, downtown Lake Geneva's stunning all-suite boutique hotel, features a four-story atrium, well-appointed one- and two-bedroom suites and elegant private function areas. The suites offer brilliant lake views or...
Bay Harbor Ice and Spice Festival — The Ice and Spice Festival is Saturday, Jan. 19, in Bay Harbor. Saturday events include: ice carving competitions 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; warming tent noon-5 p.m.; Pro-Am Chili Challenge 1-3 p.m.; fire dancer...
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