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Festivito Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Jul-15-10 10:02 AM
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6. It was a beautifully comfy partly starry night last night.
Had to correct someone else's problem until five in the morning, but the night air was lovely.

Want snow? The UP. In Houghton, Hancock, and Calumet (once the largest city in Michigan) they can't plow because of so much snow. They just compact it. Hundreds of inches that melt by mid summer in spots.

Quiet up there. Real quiet.

Come to Michigan for forests, small towns, a few cities with mostly suburban life, lakes, rivers and streams -- especially forests, lakes, rivers and streams.

If you're not coming for work and can move pretty much anywhere, try the west end of the lower peninsula. Lake Michigan area. Too Republican, but fantastic area.

With lot's of money, try the Traverse City area. From there head north for solitude, west for skiing and forests, south for summer fun, beaches and quaint towns.

A swath of about 50 miles running north and south, east of the Lake Michigan shoreline is the snow belt for snow lovers.

Have fun.
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