After more than 25 years in the outdoor writing business, you would think I'd know better.
Monthly Archives: September 2015
By Howard Meyerson Experienced hikers know a map and compass are two essential items to pack on any trek. But, what about electronic navigation: using GPS or the new digital navigation apps that can be downloaded into a mobile device … Continue reading
By Howard Meyerson As summer winds down and thoughts turn to fall, area sport anglers often turn their attention to the Grand River. September is prime time for salmon runs. The city’s downtown fishery is next to none, drawing anglers … Continue reading
By Howard Meyerson CEDAR SPRINGS — Within minutes of each pulling on a pair of waders, Justin Wegner and Graeme Zaparzynski were focused on a trout — a nice, hidden brookie in the clear, shallow waters of Cedar Creek, a … Continue reading
By Howard Meyerson It’s no secret that Lake Michigan waters are important for recreation and tourism. Thousands of summer tourists flock daily to its shoreline to boat, swim, and play. But scientists have recently determined that those crystal-blue waters are … Continue reading
By Howard Meyerson Grand Rapids is a walker’s paradise, full of parks where an hour or more can be spent outdoors walking. But for those who seek an entire day on the trail, an excellent opportunity is found just 30 … Continue reading
It’s been my privilege over the years to profile different artisans for publications. All have been exceptional and creative people, from wood carvers and bamboo rod builders to painters, canoe and kayak builders, fly tiers and decoy carvers. I’ve enjoyed … Continue reading