Greetings from the Au Sable River. Our landmark site is located at the river bridge on the I-75 business loop in Grayling Michigan. We're located near Northern Michigan's main highway interchanges making it likely that you've driven by our digs many times. Please stop by and visit on your next trip through town.Our building rests just a few feet from the river and was built to it's current configuration in the mid 1940's. Its location is one of historic significance in Northern Michigan. It was here that Michigan Native Americans portaged from the Au Sable to the Manistee River to traverse Michigan from east to west and west to east by canoe. It was also here that early Grayling fishing guides began using the famous Au Sable riverboat to float 19th century sportsmen down the river in search of native Brook Trout and the Michigan Grayling, a member of the Char family, from which the town takes its name.It was near here that Indian Chief David Shoppenagon, one of the earliest fishing and hunting guides in Northern Michigan, had a cabin. There's a Michigan Historical Marker dedicated to the Chief just outside our door. He died on Christmas day in 1911 at the age of 103.