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M22 Wine Patio Igloo

New Experience with Igloos on M22 Wine Patio

How many of you enjoyed the M22 Wine Patio this summer?  Well, it’s not just for summer anymore.  Queue the Igloo! This winter, guests will enjoy a glass of wine or two with friends in the new Gardenigloo at the M22 Wine Patio.  The igloo accommodates groups of up to four or six people and Read the full article…

M22 Hot Cherry Spiced Wine

M22 Spiced Cherry Wine

This early winter has us thinking about the holidays and the tradition of hot spiced wine here at M22 and we may have the perfect solution with a recipe that includes our M22 Cherry Wine. Did you know hippocras is Latin for wine mixed with sugar and spices, usually including cinnamon and possibly heated?  Mulled Read the full article…

Shopping at Coastal

Top 5 Reasons to Shop Local

Demands of everyday life have us all looking for easier ways to accomplish tasks and chores.  Especially, the dreaded ones.   SHIPT provides a personal shopper.  Amazon simply has everything.  And, then there is PRIME which ships Amazon items freaky fast to your door and for FREE!  But is the convenience really all that better, always? Read the full article…

Fall 2019 Coastal Clothing

Introducing the 2019 Fall Clothing Line

A sneak peek at the 2019 fall clothing line ~ Now available at Coastal There is something about sliding into your favorite jeans, layering up with a tee shirt and flannel topped off by a cozy fleece.  Yep, that’s a sure sign that the crisp fall is in the air.  We’ll help you prepare for Read the full article…

The District’s First “Artist in Residence”

This summer marked Crystal River Outfitters Recreational District’s (CRORD) first “Artist in Residence”.  Stephanie Schlatter, a landscape painter that lives between Leelanau and Grand Rapids was thrilled with the opportunity.  “I love to paint plein air, which means outside, on location”, shared Schlatter.  “It’s the driving force of my work.” Teaming up with Crystal River Read the full article…

The Cyclery

What Should You Carry in a Seat Bag?

Now that you have your bike tuned up and ready to hit the road, it might be helpful to be prepared for the possibility that something might not go right. If you look around at cyclists who spend a lot of time riding a little bit away from civilization, you’ll likely notice that most of Read the full article…

Preparing Your Bicycle for Safe Travels

We looked to our Cyclery Service Technician, Karl Kitchen, for information on how to inspect your bike for safety.  Here is what he had to say: Okay, so it’s been a bit of time since your bike has been outside. Maybe it’s been sitting all winter or you just haven’t been riding for some time. Read the full article…

Sole Mate

Our feet can be considered the “workhorses” of our bodies.  Whether you’re logging the recommended 10,000 steps per day (that’s 5 miles!) or not, it’s important that we take care of our feet to avoid problems later.  Basic care is critical and includes the obvious: good cleaning, moisturizing, and protecting for cuts, sores or swelling.  Read the full article…

The Cyclery

Biking for Health

We love our four seasons in Northern Michigan.  But, it’s no secret that the winters can be long, spring can occur in a blink of an eye, summers are glorious, and fall is a delight.  Even when weather is a bit less than desirable, biking is a great option to get out, get physical, and Read the full article…