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By Bryon Ennis. My 2010, all-wheel drive SUV usually performed well on snow-covered Upper Peninsula roads, and I credited this normally safe, sufficient traction to the four all-weather tires that came on the vehicle. However, I experienced two hair-raising episodes when, of its own accord and totally without warning, my SUV suddenly broke from its […]

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“No hill too steep, no sand too deep,” U.P. road tested Story by Bryon Ennis When automobiles reached the stage of development where they were no longer referred to as “horseless carriages,” six 1915 Jackson Automobiles made a tortuous journey from the southern portion of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan to the Upper Peninsula. There […]

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Fat, the much maligned nutrient

by Bryon Ennis The day I began to see fat in a different light occurred 10 years ago. My companion and I, Ron, a retired chiropractor, and an active yoga instructor, had stopped for breakfast on our way to a day of birding. I knew that Ron had different notions about food than were popular at […]

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