Camping in the Snow
you pass a campground in the winter, you don’t see too many
campers. And those you do you may think, “Wow, what an
adventurous spirit to be camping in the snow!”
Open your mind and heart and think again. I was saddened to
learn at a Good Morning Lake City meeting that those tents
or campers may be the only place that someone can afford to
We are blessed to be in a community with beautiful
campgrounds surrounded by some of the best inland lakes and
forests in lower Northern Michigan. Let’s count those
blessings and pay attention to the lone tent or camper we
may see at a campground this winter.
If you think there could be a person or family that needs
assistance, please let us know. Through Good Morning Lake
City, community organizations come together and discuss
their efforts to help those in need. We will get the
information to the appropriate group and do what we can to
We care about our campers, our community and our residents
who may be less fortunate. Let us remember that all campers
are blessed with an “adventurous spirit,” but some may need
our help during this colder season.
Margo Jacobs, Good
Morning Lake City
Kathy Salvatore, The Northern
Win a Northern Camper Hoodie!
see Your Smiling Face in Print!
now and April 15th, you can submit an entry to win a
Northern Camper hoodie.
All you need to do is submit your name, phone or e-mail
along with a list of your three favorite places to camp in
northern Michigan (one entry per person please).
One name will be drawn and the gets a cool hoodie plus
their photo and favorite campground listed in the May/June
Submit your entry by April 15, 2014
Or mail to:
The Northern Camper
P.O. Box 14
Lake City, Michigan 49651
Kathy Salvatore ~ Publisher