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Special thanks to:
Hy’s Cider Mill
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Jim Goldstein
6350 37 Mile Rd.Bruce Twp., MI 48065
(810) 798-3611
A second generation Cider Mill and Orchard. A working
cider mill with a wide variety of heirloom apples. Some
say it is “the best kept secret in the Romeo area…old
fashioned atmosphere without the commercialization. “
Apples, cider, pumpkins, baked goods, farm market and
picnic area all in a beautiful country setting with a scenic
overlook.
Blake Farms
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Peter & Paul Blake
5590 Van Dyke Road, Almont, MI 48003
(810) 798-3251
“One of the state’s first “pick-your-own” orchards has
been growing for more than sixty-five years. With a
myriad of homegrown fruits and vegetables, Blake Farms
has continued to progress as one of the finest orchards in
Michigan. Beyond the fresh harvests, there is an array of
fresh-baked pies, breads and other savory goods to enjoy
alongside your donuts and apple cider.
Credit cards accepted.
Brookwood Fruit Farm
4
Chuck Bristol
7845 Bordman Road, Almont, MI 48003
(810) 798-8312
Fifth-generation family fruit farm that takes pride in
offering guests quality fruit and a memorable experience. Available this season are pre-picked and U-pick
apples and red raspberries. Also available baked goods
and honey: pure, flavored, and comb. Fresh apple cider
weekly, made with our own special blend of hand-picked
apples. Apple sales room is open all winter, providing you
with local apples when there is nothing else around!
"If you need bicycle assistance today, please call
(586) 524-5149 for help from the SAG van.
Bicycle repair services donated by Level Multisport."
Iron Creek
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Monica Senyk
5100 Sandhill, Almont, MI 48003
(810) 798-8737
A very small family farm-in-recovery, offering beyondorganic hand-tended seasonal produce grown without any
conventional agricultural chemicals of any kind, Wild Food,
natural treats for pets, livestock and wildlife, jams and
jellies, baked goods, pasture-raised eggs and poultry, openpollenated heirloom seeds, antiques, reclaimed furniture
and decor, and hand-crafted natural beauty products and
old-fashioned homegoods.
Fort Fisher Suri Alpacas
10
Connie Fisher
5841 Secord Lake Road, Dryden MI 48428
(248) 628 8151
Suri alpacas are friendly, gentle, easy to
care for, and silky soft to the touch. Admire
their frisky babies, browse through the farm
store where you’ll find all alpaca products-gloves, mittens, socks, hats, scarves,
alpaca stuffed animals, shawls, boot inserts,
fleece, roving, mill spun yarn, handspun
yarn, etc. Credit Cards accepted.
Goike’s Gardens
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Rick Goike
80661 Van Dyke Bruce, MI 48367
(586) 453-2478
Newly opened, Goike’s Gardens is growing. Stop in
for seasonal non-GMO veggies and some fun in the
corn maze. Pick a pumpkin from a huge selection of
pumpkins, gourds, and straw for carving, making pies
or decorating. Goike’s is a great source for all natural
organic non-GMO vegetable plants & beautiful flowers.
Their newly opened organic store stocks honey, maple
syrup, non-GMO animal feed, organic soil conditioners,
seeds, bamboo cookware and more.
Mike & Ruth’s Hilltop Farm
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Ruth Baginski
7320 37 Mile Road Romeo, MI 48065
(810) 343-3759
A family owned and operated orchard. Ruth turns heirloom apples into all natural 10” deep-dish pies. Choose
from traditional apple or try our caramel apple, raspberry
apple, three-berry apple, pumpkin or pumpkin strudel.
Other sweets include caramels, cookies, breads, and
Ruth’s Dam Good Jam. Hand rolled crust, all fresh fruit,
no preservatives.
Miller’s Medley
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Sue Miller
6841 Hough Rd. Almont, MI 48003
(810) 798-3795
Step into “calm”… Meander into our Stained Glass Art
Studio brimming with treasures waiting to be discovered.
Our family recipes are used to make jams, jellies and
preserves. Try a sample of our Jalapeno Jam on Tour de
Food day! Fresh eggs from Happy Chickens are available
for purchase, along with unique curiosities!
Special thanks to:
All the farmers, vendors and volunteers
who made this event possible.
www.levelmultisport.com
248.731.7294
Honeyflow Farm
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Bill & Pat Schnute
4939 Mill Road Dryden, MI 48428
(888) 372-3730
U-pick grapes and Pure Michigan Honey, Pure Natural
Beeswax candles and many other honey products. This
is the largest vineyard in Southeast Michigan. The Farm
Market is open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from
Labor Day to mid-October.
Keller’s Maple Products
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Barbara Keller
6209 Bordman Rd.
Almont, MI 48003
(810) 798-8695
The Keller family has been making syrup for
over 30 years. Maple syrup & maple products
including sugar, jelly, and candies. Honey and
honey butter from our own hives are also
sold throughout the year as long as product
is available. We capture nature one drop at
a time!
Pinnacle Printing & Promotions
21421 Hilltop St. Unit #12,
Southfield, MI 48033
(248) 353-2266
www.pinnacle-printing.com
Rightfully Raw (at Honeyflow today)
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Liz Russell
(586) 209-4729
Michigan based food vendors Rightfully Raw
manufacture snacks, desserts, and dips locally in
Washington Twp. Using all plant based products, we
create raw and gluten free foods that are both healthy
and delicious. Be sure to try some of our snacks offered
at Tour de Food. We would be happy to take additional
orders at 4900 32 Mile Rd., Washington, MI 48095 or on
our website, www.rightfullyraw.com.
Ziehm
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Greenhouse & Produce
Charlie & Ali Ziehm
6330 Bordman Road, Romeo, MI 48065
(810) 531-0275
Fourth-generation, family farm specializing
in seasonal vegetables, beef, pork, poultry
& eggs. Ecologically responsible, no harmful chemicals. Choose from an array of
tomatoes, onions, potatoes, peppers, chilies, broccoli, cabbage, mums, melons, and
squash. Watch the cows, pigs, chickens,
peacocks & pheasants and relax. Credit
Cards accepted.
Sheep Stuff at
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Mt. Bruce Station
Peter & Yvonne Uhlianuk
6440 Bordman Road
Romeo,MI 48065
(810) 798-2568
Farm raised lamb and woolen products
produced from the soft lanolin rich fleeces
are available for sale in the Farm Wool Shop.
Mt. Bruce Station is home to small flocks
of Corriedale, Jacob,and Moorits sheep, all
raised for the quality of their fine wool.This
is a tranquil setting with the Eastlake style
farmhouse,various outbuildings, abundant
cottage gardens and perennial borders.
Polly Ann Trail - Leonard, MI 48367
“The Polly Ann Trail in Lapeer County is a former rail corridor. The 1 mile stretch between Hough Road and General Squier Road is an alternate route to Mill Road. It is beautiful, but narrow, unpaved, grassy in some
areas, gravel and dirt in others. The serenity, lack of cars, wildflowers, winding creek, and wildlife make for a peaceful ride. It is relatively flat compared to the winding and hilly Mill Road, but there are steep drop offs on
the sides of the trail to avoid if you have unsteady riders in your party. If you choose to ride the Polly Ann instead of Mill Road one way, it will add 1 mile to your trip total.”
Welcome to Skyline’s 3rd Annual Tour de Food!
Enjoy getting to know the farmers, the land and the nutritious food that is grown out here.
Feel free to come back and relax on the rolling hills here at camp after your touring adventures.
SCHEDULE
10:30am-3:30pm: Registration & Passport Check-Out at the Pavilion
11:00am-5:00pm: Tour de Food Route Open
12:00pm-2:00pm: BBQ and live music at the Pavilion
5:00pm: Farms Close and SAG WAGON Services END
(please make all your purchases by then)
5:00pm-6:30pm: Seating for Tour de Food Feast in the Dining Hall
6:00pm-7:00pm: Cyclist Produce Pick-Up on deck behind Dining Hall
BICYCLE TOUR de FOODIES
Pick fruit, marvel at the harvest, gather all you like and leave your
purchases at the stops. The farmers will deliver cyclists’
purchases to the back porch of the Dining Hall by 6pm on their
way to dinner. Please pick them up between 6 and 7pm.
TINY TRIPS
Great for those desiring shorter rides. Choose your adventure as you
map your own route to the farms closest to Skyline.
PASSPORTS
Each car and cyclist will be given a Tour de Food bracelet &
passport. Please wear your green bracelet to let folks know you have come with
the Tour de Food. Show them your passport so they can mark that you’ve stopped
there. Following your ride, come to the Pavilion to trade in your passport for a free
raffle ticket to win the Tour de Food gift basket.
CAR TOUR de FOODIES
Please join the cyclists at all 13 of the bike stops. You also can visit the additional
stops circled on the FARM COUNTRY DAY TOURS MAP and participate
in all of the activities on the Skyline Map.
10 MILE BIKING ROUTE
Six farms and a whole lot of fun - from grape vines and
honey to alpacas and peacocks.
20 MILE BIKING ROUTE
Thirteen delicious stops including farms, apple orchards
and cows, to a corn maze, and cider mills.
CPSC Bike Helmet is mandatory for all participants, and it is suggested to carry a cell phone with you at all times.
If you need bicycle assistance today, please call (586) 524-5149 for help from the SAG van. Bicycle repair services donated by Level Multisport.
Cumulative
Distance
8
0
.3 .6 1.4
3.9 5.0
6.1 6.4
7.1
7.4 8.3
8.6
8.8
9.0 9.6 10.0
10 Mile Route
9
Polly Ann Trail
S. Mill Rd.
S.
Mi
6
ll R
d.
Hough Rd.
Hough Rd.
Hough Rd.
Sandhill Rd.
Secord Lake Rd.
10
11
Bordman Rd.
13
12
FROM SKYLINE:
Intersection of Skyline Dr. and Cabin Trail
Sandhill Rd N
Hough Rd E to
(6) MILLER’S MEDLEY (go back WEST on Hough Rd.)
S Mill Rd - go N (If you prefer an alternate route, go approximately .7 mi on
Hough until you reach the Polly Ann Trail. Go about .7 mi NE to
General Squier Rd. Go left at General Squier,
then quick right on Mill Rd to Honeyflow Farm.)
(8) HONEYFLOW FARM & (9) RIGHTFULLY RAW
(go SOUTH on S Mill Rd)
(Here you can reverse the steps above
if you wish to go on the Polly Ann Trail to get to Hough.)
Hough Rd E
Secord Lake Rd S to
(10) FORT FISHER SURI ALPACAS
(continue SOUTH on Secord Lake Rd) Bordman Rd E to
(11) KELLERS MAPLE SYRUP (continue EAST on Bordman Rd) (12) ZIEHM GREENHOUSE & PRODUCE (continue EAST on Bordman Rd)
(13) SHEEP STUFF (continue EAST on Bordman Rd)
Sandhill Rd N to
SKYLINE CAMP Skyline Dr. W
Intersection of Skyline Dr. and Cabin Trail
Sandhill Rd.
General Squier Rd.
S. Mill Rd.
Polly Ann Trail
7
ll R
Mi
d.
Hough Rd.
5
Pine Lake
Sandhill Rd.
Secord Lake Rd.
10
11
12
13
3
Hipp Rd.
Fisher Rd.
37 Mile Rd.
1
20 Mile Route Continued
16.6
16.9
17.6
17.9
18.8
19.1
Hough Rd E
Secord Lake Rd S
(10) Fort Fisher Suri Alpacas continue S
Bordman Rd E
(11) Keller’s Maple Syrup continue E
(12) Ziehm Greenhouse & Produce continue E
19.3
19.5
20.0
20.3
6
Hough Rd.
Hough Rd.
Sandhill Rd.
Secord Lake Rd.
10
11
Bordman Rd.
12
13
2
(13) Sheep Stuff continue E
Sandhill Rd N
SKYLINE CAMP Skyline Dr. W
Intersection of Skyline Dr. and Cabin Trail
TINY TRIPS
(6) - Miller’s Medley 1.2 miles from Skyline
Sandhill N
Hough E to Miller’s
Hough W Sandhill S to Skyline
7
Tiny Trips
L/R FROM SKYLINE
0
Intersection of Skyline Dr. and Cabin Trail
.3
Sandhill Rd S
.9
Bordman Rd E
1.1
Fisher Rd S
2.2
37 Mile Rd E
3.2
(1) Hy’s Cider Mill continue E
3.7
(2) Hilltop Farm continue E
3.9
Hipp Rd N
4.8
(3) Goike’s Gardens continue N
5.0
Hipp Rd N
5.2
Bordman Rd E
6.0
(4) Brookwood Fruit Farm
go back W
6.2
Kidder Rd N
7.4
Hough Rd W
7.9
M-53 (Van Dyke) S
8.1
(5) Blake Farms continue S
8.2 Pine Lake Blvd W
8.3
Enter the traffic circle 8.4
Exit the traffic circle onto Lakeview Dr N
8.5
Evergreen Trail N
4
8.6
Hough Rd W
9.7
(6) Miller’s Medley continue W
Bordman Rd.
10.4
Sandhill Rd N
11.2
(7) Iron Creek continue N
12.4
Tubspring Rd W
13.4
Bishop Rd S
14.4
General Squier Rd W
15.4
S Mill Rd N
15.5
(8) Honeyflow Farm & (9) Rightfully Raw
go back S
(Alternate route S on the Polly Ann Trail, go S from
Honeyflow .1 mi on S. Mill Rd to General Squier E for .2 mi
to The Polly Ann Trail, then approx. .7 mi SW to Hough E
and then rejoin the main route to go S on Secord Lake Rd)
Kidder Rd.
Evergreen Lakeview
S.
6
Bordman Rd.
20 MILE ROUTE
20 Mile Route
Bishop Rd.
9
10 Mile Route
Cumulative
Distance
Tubspring Rd.
8
L/R
(7) Iron Creek 1.3 Miles from Skyline
Sandhill N to Iron Creek
Sandhill S to Skyline
(10) Fort Fisher Suri Alpacas
1 - Flatter route w/ one stop - 2.5 mi from Skyline
Sandhill N
Hough W
Secord Lake Rd S to
Fort Fisher Suri Alpacas
then Secord Lake Rd N to Hough E to Sandhill S
2 - Hillier Route w/ extra stops - 2.6 mi
Sandhill S
Bordman W to SHEEP STUFF
Bordman W to Ziehm’s & Keller’s
Bordman W to Secord Lake N to
Fort Fisher Suri Alpacas then
Secord Lake S to Bordman E to Sandhill N
(11 - 12 - 13) Ziehm Greenhouse,
Keller’s Maple Syrup &Sheep Stuff
1 & 1.4 mi from Skyline
Sandhill Rd S
Bordman W to SHEEP STUFF
Bordman W to Ziehm Greenhouse
Bordman W to Keller’s Maple Syrup
then Bordman E and Sandhill N to Skyline