Thanksgiving is a time for feasting and indulging in delicious foods, particularly the iconic turkey. But, this traditional centerpiece on almost every Michigan Thanksgiving table generally gets a bad rap this time of year. Many people may experience a post-meal drowsiness that's also known as the 'turkey coma'.
If you've noticed more deer making an appearance lately, especially near roadways, there's a reason for that. This time of year is known as a 'deer rut' or mating season so they're moving around a lot more than usual. And with more deer on the move, that means drivers need to be more alert and cautious. But, what exactly are drivers supposed to do if a deer jumps out in front of their car?
Let me start this by saying, southwest Michigan... so far, I love you... like REALLY love being here. BUT... your driving is something we need to talk about.
Nice weather has opened up the roads a little, I'm sure. Coming out of winter, the rule of the road is slow and steady if there's any snow or little bit of ice on the asphalt, but APPARENTLY, now it's above freezing, and everyone thinks they'