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Thread: Traveling to Michigan - need advice

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    Super Member Kooklabell's Avatar
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    Thank you to everyone who has offered such wonderful suggestions for our trip to Michigan. We are sooo very excited to visit this wonderful State. And from the posts, meet the wonderful people who call Michigan their home. I am so very excited !!
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    Super Member sewmom's Avatar
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    I'm sure if you Google Michigan or Pure Michigan you will find lots of things to see. As I have homes in Midland and Cheboygan, those are top on my list. Lots of good suggestions here. When you go through St. Ignace, make sure you make a stop at Java Joe's for a meal. A very neat little restaurant/coffee shop- colorful character for the owner and he has cookie jars, teapots, and teacups on shelves on efery wall there. Pick up one for a souvenir of your trip. State Street Coffee in Cheboygan is our favorite in that city. There is lots to see and do in Michigan.
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    Michigan is surrounded by three great lakes. Michigan , Huron and Superior and if you come to Mi from the south east you can see Lake Erie. All the Great Lakes are beautiful. Anywhere you would go to a shore of one of the lakes it is beautiful. Another fact about Mi is that no matter where you go you are never more then 5 miles from a body of water, a pond, lake, creek, stream, or river. Hope you enjoy visit to our state and don't be afraid to get off the beaten path you may find Michigan is a great state.

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    Senior Member Roma Bauder's Avatar
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    We were there this Aug and there is a cute quilt shop in Interlocken (sp) Just out of Traverse City(sp) Check out the old houses , cant think of the name before you get to Traverse on the west side.I did the Row by Row and did 23 quilt shops I n and around MI

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