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I live an hour from the West Coast..grew up in Williamston and of course went to MSU. Beal is a great idea for Friday. I am thinking Holland/Muskegon would be a good day trip. I sort of wish now that we'd taken another day, but we both are miserable after a long trip home just going straight to work the next day. Oh wells..
We don't technically have to be home by any time on Saturday night, either, since the flight is late Sunday out of D town. I do appreciate the feedback from everybody. It has been a long time and I can't wait!
There is romance in all of us
Saturday go to Grand Rapids and/or Lake Michigan. As others have mentioned: Saugatuck and South Haven on the lake. In Grand Rapids: Gaslight Village, East Hills, Wealthy Street, and Eastown are interesting to visit.
Sunday as it's on the way to the airport go to Ann Arbor. Main Street, Kerrytown, and State Street are the places to go. You may even be able to visit the Dexter Cider Mill.
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Yeah sure, you could take her to Wells. Doesn't seem that exciting but whatever gets you off I guess.
There is a very nice resort down in Jackson County, its called North Haven Resort. Spend some time there, you won't be sorry.
I just returned from Lansing/EL and I think you may be a bit disappointed in the condition of the area, especially EL. It looks quite shabby and tired. What were once considered nice, pretty neighborhoods are looking tired, unkept and in need of repair. Having grown up in EL I was always quite proud of the town. I left without such a sense of pride. The old Whtiehills area (south of M78) is beginning to look like a lower middle class neighborhood. Residents are no longer keeping their houses in top condition and landscaping doesn't appear to be in their thoughts any longer. The nicest sections of the city are now the Wildwood,Ardson Rd., Woodland, Roselawn,,Roxborough area and the Walbridge Dr and Cambria Dr. areas of Whitehills N. of M.78. Majr construction is underway in downtown EL and on the MSU campus. If not completed by the 31st, it will resilt in a major cluster F#*^i. I'd be interested in your reaction to the site of the new Broard Art Museum. My impression is that while the building is fantastic, the site is terrible! Way too small and right on Grand River. The Frandor Michign Ave. area from 469/27 east to Harrison Rd. is taking on a "skid row" like appearance. Gone are the Story Olds, Max Curtis Ford and Sawyer auto dealerships and the Red Cedar Golf course. Nothing has replaced the.. It's still my home town, but it is no longer the area it once was. The economic downturn and the summer heat have really inflicted a lot of pain. Enjoy the game but on Saturday and Sunday I'd go elsewhere.
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