Browsing All posts tagged under »Sonny’s Torch Lake Market«

Grandma’s Beach

June 26, 2011


We have a request for information about where a family could do a little rockhounding around here. And, um, apparently one of the kids has had a little too much fun already this summer and is sporting a cast, so that factors in too. Got just the place, along with a few Additional Suggestions.

Chris and Sonny throw a party and You Are There

June 11, 2010


Last weekend Chris and Sonny had a Reception to Meet the Artist at the Torch Lake Market.  They were honoring muralist Dennis Orlowski, who created the delightful Window on Torch Lake right where I can look at it when I am having breakfast.  Here’s Dennis telling Loraine Mottern all about it. He had arrived early and met […]

This table is reserved

February 15, 2010


Babs and I had made plans to meet for breakfast at Sonny’s this morning.  At the appointed hour—and there’s a miracle all by itself—I arrived. Babs was going in the door as I hit the parking lot. By the time I got to the table there was a cup of coffee for me, a Mountain […]

Big changes at Sonny’s and new condos on Torch Lake

January 26, 2010


During the winter months I’m inclined to look around the Writing Studio and Bait Shop and think to myself, Surely there’s a better way to organize this place.  Then I take the dogs for a walk and the fit passes.  Chris and Sonny Szejbach are made of sterner stuff.  They’ve been rearranging the furniture at […]

Postcards from Chris and Sonny

December 4, 2009


Chris and Sonny Szejbach have been lounging on the beach in Florida.  Yesterday Chris wrote:  I understand it is snowing at home.  We had a storm last nite and the rocket launch was postponed to tonite.  Hope to get pictures.  We see these cruise ships come into port daily, thought I’d share. OK, I thought. […]

Fresh temptations in Torch Lake Township

August 13, 2009


As Miss Sadie, the Cowboy and I went about our daily rounds, we noticed a number of enhancements to the overall business environment. Dale Burns over at Margaritaville North painted some of his deck chairs a brilliant red, and tricked out another in a cow pattern. The paint is particularly glossy and virtually bulletproof. I […]