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Whether you're getting inspired, peeping local happenings or jamming out to our weekly Woosah Wavelength, we're stoked you're here.
A behind the scenes look at what inspires us, collaborations and the process behind it all.
Every day, nearly 23 million gallons of oil flow through two aging pipelines in the heart of the Great Lakes.
When Merrell reached out about collaborating on a piece to celebrate Michigan's Upper Peninsula, it was a no brainer.
In the late summer of 2019 we traveled out to Vancouver Island to roam, relax, recover from a wild first half of the year. I was stupid inspired by the landscape out there...
Music for your ears + soul. We upload a new playlist each week. You in?
Happy Halloween! Get in the spooky mood with this mix of moody jams.
Embracing that magic glow from passing headlights through wet windows. Relax and enjoy the rainy daze with these tunes. Mixed by Amanda Jones.
Songs to plug in while making tough choices at the grocery store. We're here for you through the chip aisle, taunting cheese section and bruised bell peppers. We're in this together. Mixed by Erica Lang and Amanda Jones.
Featuring Spud, our beloved 1979 VW Bus. Hitch a ride with us and follow along as we spread the Woosah!
We had just purchased our bus, a 1979 Volkswagen Campmobile. Little did Kelly know it was all part of a bigger plan.
See what’s cookin’ in our home town and state! Find events, tips on local trails, campgrounds and stories here.
Maybe you’re looking for a path that follows the shoreline, or maybe you’d rather pack your way through the forest during the day and cozy up around a backcountry fire on a crisp night. We’re hoping this list of our favorite fall trails in West Michigan will make your choice a little easier.
A stellar day hanging out and spreading the Woosah, bringing in the new season. We felt so loved by all ya'll.
In the fall, right around early October, the Keweenaw Peninsula lights up with hues of burnt orange, fiery red, and every shade of gold.