News from Innisfaire

July 17, 2016


































She's Ba-a-ack!



     Margaret Claire is back, standing among newly planted daisies. 


     Did you know that “Daisy” is a nickname for “Margaret”? 


     It comes from the French, “Marguerite,” which means both “Margaret,”        and “Ox-Eye Daisy”.



































Paver Patience


     The symbolic plant-meaning of the “Ox-Eye Daisy” is “Patience,” which Ted and Marie both need a lot of, as they anxiously await the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new brick driveway. 


     Ted started the project way back in March, when he dug (and hauled) 100 year-old reclaimed brick from near the Ambassador Bridge, in Detroit. 


      Marie thought it would take 4 weeks . . . .
























Leelanau County's Latest Craze:  Tea!


     We learned about the “Light of Day” Plantation and Tea Tasting Room earlier this summer, and we can’t say enough!  They grow their own tea, including the prize-winning, “Earl Grey with Cream.” 

     Before you start your winery tour, you’ve got to tour “Light of Day Organics”!  They’re located on M-72 West. 

     Check out the Light of Day Organics website, available at:





















     Please ask, if you’re stymied by Parking in Traverse City.  We Locals know the best spots! 


     PLUS: You only have to feed the meters between 8:00 AM and 6:00 PM, Monday – Saturday.


     And DO TRY the new Parkmobile App!



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