Traveling back roads lets one return home less stressed.
The closing reminds me of locally owned restaurants that went out of business years ago.
Beeker’s General Store in Pemberville is a familiar northwest Ohio landmark.
More telling than the thermometer readings are signs of this glorious season.
Tradition, deep respect for the couple who started Ole Zim’s Wagon Shed are served with love.
Memories of friend Donna Morgan.
It just might be the right time to reconsider the Golden Buckeye card. The suggestion is not only because we are days from tax deadline but because I personally am sick and tired of all the “deals” offered if I have the dexterity and
Welcome April — the joyful month with Easter as the centerpiece, and green grass, chirping birds, and bright sunshine. How sweet it is to get out the Easter decorations and perhaps add new ones. There is something so inviting about the candy
Annual dinner theater event upcoming for Otsego Schools.
How sweet it is to find restaurants that are new to me but have been in Northwest Ohio for years. Yes — and please don’t ask me again — I miss Posey Lake, probably always will, but the area that is now home has a wealth of