About The Logbook
What We Do
The idea that spurred The Logbook was our first project, The Keweenaw Logbook. The Keweenaw Logbook was born over two cups of coffee at a cafe in Calumet. Two people with a love of the outdoors, design, and storytelling started the project and it has branched off from there. Now having evolved away from the podcast, The Logbook is run by Haley Goodreau. Living in the Keweenaw Peninsula, she tries to find new ways to explore the natural beauty that the area provides, when she take a break from working on creative projects.
Now that you know our story of how the project came to be, we're excited to share stories with you.
We're creating a projects to share and work on with the Keweenaw community. Whether you're a hardcore endurance athlete, a birdwatcher, or someone who loves to take a casual hike every once and awhile– being in nature has a way of inspiring awe. At The Logbook, we believe there's a fine line between roughing it in the northern country and living a simple and beautiful life. We'll show you the folks that walk that line every day and share their stories with you.
I really like creating stuff with kind people. I believe there is something special about pieces of art being created in a collaborative way. Something that brings me joy is making meaningful connections with the community I live in– The Logbook has been a vessel for me to do that!
Feel free to send me a message on Instagram or LinkedIn– I love connecting with new and like-minded people about creative endeavors over coffee.
Haley Goodreau - @halesgoodreau, Connect on LinkedIn
If it wasn't for Kate and Haley getting coffee together in Calumet, The Logbook's first project, Keweenaw Logbook Podcast, would have never came to life. The first six episodes of the Keweenaw Logbook Podcast were with Kate + Haley as the main hosts. Kate moved away from the area, therefore taking a step back from the project, but her vision and dedication added a dimension that can not go unmentioned.
We love you, Kate!
Kate Thayer - @sweetkatato