Monday, May 26, 2014
Friday, May 23, 2014
Thursday, May 22, 2014
I've always been skeptical on the subject of Bigfoot but when I heard what you are about to hear I had to catch my breath & take pause!
Here are Finding Bigfoot segments on searches conducted in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and in the mid Michigan area of the Lower Peninsula
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Only one thing to say....Breathtaking (sighhhhhh)
Enjoy the ride!
Monday, May 19, 2014
PURPLE GANG RUMOR DEBUNKED!! We're in search of historic sites for "VIDEO EXPLORATION"..Let The Rumors Fly
Hear a rumor?.....Know the facts?...or think you do!
Let's try to set the record straight....squash the rumors..or bring out the truth no matter how bizarre OR mundane it may be!
Sometimes truth is stranger then rumor!
Let's have fun hitting the trail off the beaten path!
Thanks to everyone for commenting and setting the record straight in our first exploration and rumor debunk!
Comments and suggestions welcomed!
PS: SOME VIDEOS AND SUGGESTIONS MAY JUST END UP ON MICHIGAN MAGAZINE aired nationally on the RFD TV NETWORK!
Cathy Eastman Snider (Rose City Area Historical Society) GREAT IDEA!!!!! love the fact that you are open to finding the truth...according to members of the Rose City area historical society this "tunnel" used to be the root cellar for the Jewett Lodge. thanks members for you input. Thanks Barry ..
Thursday, May 15, 2014
The moving and setting of the Old Clare Train Depot onto it's new foundation and home!
It is quite the project.
The Michigan Magazine crew has been on site filming the highlights for an upcoming segment on RFD TV and our crew from MEMRA Productions is compiling footage for a documentry DVD to be released soon.
We thank Jeremy and Darlene Lane of MEMRA, based out of Northville, for making the trip to Clare "more then once" to capture key moments besides the initial move back in April.
In the video below Jeremy Lane interviews a key individual in the lowering of the historic depot onto it's new foundation
I'm sure the final DVD, made available through MEMRA PRODUCTIONS, will be quite the keepsake!
We suggest that you contact MEMRA to reserve a copy at (248) 417-0030.
You can also visit them on-line at memraproductions.com
We also would like to thank the citizens and businesses of Clare who welcomed Michigan Magazine TV, and other area media, with open arms.
We also thank Cops and Doughnuts "TRAFFIC STOP" diner for helping us keep our strength up with all the great food including marvelous doughnuts and gallons of "cops" coffee!
We can't wait to see this project come to fruition.....It certainly will be a gem in the crown of Mid-Michigan!
While waiting for the segment to air on Michigan Magazine TV and the DVD to be produced...we urge you to check out these historic books, post-cards and old county maps of Michigan's Clare county!....Fascinating stuff!
Sunday, May 11, 2014
Tuesday, May 6, 2014
Where have we gone?
We have hundreds of friends on our social networks...facebook....twitter.....etc!
But why are we so lonley?
I think I know.....watch this and let's re-engage!
Thursday, May 1, 2014
As many of you know,"Laura", Melissa Gilbert (half pint), has settled down in her new "little house on the prairie" in Howell, Michigan.....
Melissa and her new husband, actor & Michigan native, Timothy Busfield just celebrated their first anniversary April 24th and have made it known that they have life long plans in Michigan.
As we follow Melissa's tweets and instagram posts it's evident she's making "oodles" of friends and becoming a vital part of Howell and surrounding communties.
Both Melissa and Tim are very much aware and a part of today's Hollywood events but are quick to return home to Howell and their new neighbors and friends.
As fresh memories are made by the new couple, Mellisa's fans continue to remember her early years as Laura Ingles of Little House On The Prairie.
Many fans remember "Laura's experiences" as their own personal and precious memories.
Melissa seems to savor and respect that in her fans...
When "Little House" fans are asked about what they most remember about growing up with the cast of the series answers vary...It meant different things to many people BUT the final episode was the most "traumatic"
.....Michael Landon proved himself a master of emotion in creating a "final resting" place for Wallnut Grove......And this was one of the "saddest" days in the life of Melissa E. Gilbert....