May and June 2009 Issue
Issues » May and June 2009
- Green Building: Home Health Care 2009.04.30 In this economic climate, taking a chance on building one of the first “green certified” homes in Michigan, John Plichta knows he’s taking a financial risk.
- Channel Road Charm 2009.04.30 Sharon Gadowski is a planner. It took her and husband Jerry more than two years to design their breathtaking Crooked Lake house.
- Home Stretch 2009.04.30 When Jack and Mimi Crotty laid out the design plan for their new, old cottage on Crooked Lake, they combined two different tacks into one scheme — Tuscan-meets-nautical.
- Smooth Transition 2009.04.30 While their taste, particularly with décor, is chic and subtle, the Shawns also revere the past and share a passion for its preservation.
- Springing To Life 2009.04.29 Paul Keiswetter says he’s on a life-sustaining adventure at his Maple River Farm, and when he says that, you can tell he isn’t talking solely about his property.
- Mane Attraction 2009.04.29 Dr. Kim Aikens prefers to walk on the wild side; or, rather, with the wild side.
- Home on the Range: Waldron 2009.04.29 When Heather Waldron told her parents she wanted a pony, like so many little girls do, she meant it.
- Home on the Range: Trufant 2009.04.29 Down the road from the Becks, she and husband Sam have their own 30 acres, pasture and horses.
- Home on the Range: Beck 2009.04.29 The Becks’ personal property is a home and acreage at “Horseshoe Bend” on M-119,
- A Note from the Editor 2009.04.29 A note from the editor, May - June 2009