Petoskey Off The Beaten Path

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  • Taste home made baked goods

    by Trvelman Written Jun 7, 2009

    A must stop is the Dutch Oven Bakery in downtown Alanson. It has a little of everything and you will sure find something that satisfies your sweet tooth. Their known for their Cinnamon Bread which is out of this world. They also have a nice Cafe that serves fresh baked breakfasts and sandwiches on their own breads. Try the meatloaf. If your interested, the Yarn Shop is there to browse through.

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    Are you a Biker ?

    by Toby_Garbe Written Jun 27, 2005

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    Well if you want to get away from the traffi and cruise some back roads head out Mithell Street (7/11 is on this corner in town) head up town (east) out about 7 miles is the Northern Knights club house , stop out for a beer or stop out for some good riding directions , if the gate is open , ome on in !~ 7miles out just past blanchard rd . on the left. Good Luck and hope to see ya !`

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    Hmm thats why its called a...

    by Toby_Garbe Written Oct 5, 2002

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    Hmm thats why its called a Sunday drive I guess !
    Lots of places to go and see but I cant really explain them ,you almost need a guild or a local to show you anything unless you wanna go for that ride and try to get lost :) Thats always fun :)) You can stick to the main roads and see alot at least get some fudge or icecream so we know your a 'fudgie'

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    Take a day and explore Bay...

    by rossandkelli Written Oct 4, 2002

    Take a day and explore Bay Harbor, it may not even take a day. If you would like to stay here check out

    It's on the high end, the hotel, shops and spa are expensive. It's beautifully landscaped with million dollar homes everywhere you look. It was actually made out of an old rock quary...amazing what you can do with a bunch of rock and dirt!

    The waters are amazing, while your here you must eat at the 'original pancake house', they have Strawberry Crepes to die for!

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