Timeless as a stone

Petoskey, Mich., doesn’t change much

Posted: September 23, 2012 at 2:51 a.m.

Dubbed the “Land of the Million Dollar Sunsets,” Petoskey, Mich., has been the summertime destination of vacationing city dwellers for generations.

If Ernest Hemingway returned to modern day Petoskey, he’d probably say, “Yes — just as I left it.” Then he’d shoot a bear, wrestle you to the ground and pour himself a dram of rum.

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Travel, Pages 54 on 09/23/2012


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