Monday, September 7, 2015
Journeys Into End of Summer Tradition: A Stroll Across the Bridge connecting the Upper and Lower Peninisulas

End of Summer Tradition: A Stroll Across the Bridge connecting the Upper and Lower Peninisulas

Labor Day means different things to different folks. To some it is a last day at the beach or lake. To some it is tennis at the U.S. Open. I will always associate the day with Jerry Lewis and the Muscular Distrophe Telethon, though both are no longer on the air. On Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, Read Article

Posted by: Admin September 7, 201512:57 am
Friday, September 4, 2015
Journeys Into Some Labor Day Weekend Highlights: BBQ Goat, Cow Chips, Buffalo Wings and Racing Chuckwagons

Some Labor Day Weekend Highlights: BBQ Goat, Cow Chips, Buffalo Wings and Racing Chuckwagons

  Memorial Day has the Indy 500. So it seems fitting that Labor Day should have a racing tradition of its own. Perhaps you have not heard of it, but this weekend marks the annual staging of the National Championship Chuckwagon Races in Clinton, Arkansas…We read this morning that tons of chicken wings have arrived Read Article

Posted by: Admin September 4, 20155:47 pm
Thursday, September 3, 2015
Journeys Into Labor Day’s Origins in Labour Day

Labor Day’s Origins in Labour Day

  To many it is a sale day. To others it is the unofficial end of summer. And still to others it means back to school or the Jerry Lewis Telethon. But Labor Day is a holiday for a reason. The origins of modern day Labor Day are said to be be traced back to Read Article

Posted by: Admin September 3, 20151:34 pm