Michigan Travel: Great Escapes

From kayaking along the Detroit River to bellying up to the bar in an Upper Peninsula brewpub, traveling in Michigan is a year-round love affair



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SMITTEN WITH THE MITTEN || ROOMS WITH A VIEW || DON'T FEAR THE FISH || PADDLE 'STRAIT' || ROGERS CITY RENAISSANCE

 

Product Credits:

Outdoor Action Company, Sylvan Lake, 248-454-1188, outdooractioncompany.com.

Orvis, Royal Oak, 248-542-5700, orvis.com.

Optik, Birmingham, 248-646-6699, optikbirmingham.com/.

Oddfellows Antiques, Berkley, 248-399-6098, oddfellowsantiques.com.

Styling by Stephanie Potts.

Hair & makeup by Kelly Mitre.

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