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Dave Kober: Michigan's Master Carver
May 20, 2012 - I finally was able to stop by Dave Kober's shop last summer with the whole family. Only Lucy and I had seen it before. So I took some more pics. Martha was impressed. He's located a few miles south of Cadillac on the south side of M-115. Worth a visit! Very friendly. We've bought some small things. I think he's the only Master...  > Read Article

Recycled Ice Shanty
January 20, 2011 - by Layne Cameron [Layne lives in Okemos and sometimes says that he can't go skiing because he has to go ice-fishing! But, ya know, fresh fish from a lake without using a boat is a good thing. The ice-fishermen are really onto something, I bet -- notice how quiet they are. --JP] First of all, I have a confession to m...  > Read Article

Safety on Ice!
February 03, 2010 - The rule of thumb is do not walk on ice if it's 3" or less. 4" of good, fresh ice is safe for one person. When you go skating on wild ice, bring an ice spud or ax to test thickness before skating. Now, according to Internet info, no ice is considered totally safe. It can vary a lot. That's why we always have a Safe...  > Read Article

Ice-Cities of the Great White North
March 17, 2005 - I didn't know that ice-culture was as big as it is until recently so maybe not everyone else knows either. So here ya go. Where I live we have ice-fishing and people drive cars on the ice sometimes. That's the extent of it. In the REAL Great White North they go MUCH FARTHER with their ice culture. They don't just put ice-...  > Read Article