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OPEN INVITATION SE Michigan (This just needs to get started)

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  • JeffJ
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    Agreed, Jon.

    I live in South Lyon. It's about 20 miles north of Ann Arbor next to Brighton. Very close to the I-96 and US23 interchange.

  • Jon Solberg
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    We should try to put a Michigan meet up together. Even if its at Costco for a hot dog.

  • mclifford973
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    That's awesome..sounds like a good Father's Day.

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  • Powersmoke_80
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    mclifford973 I'm in Bay City, your lucky you have a Costco near you. we only have Sam's Club in Saginaw with Brisket flats for over $6/lb . My sister just moved from Macomb to Auburn hills and picked me up a couple of whole Briskets from Costco for $3.79/lb since she is coming up to visit dad for fathers day.

  • mclifford973
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    I'm in Shelby Township, Michigan. It's next to Rochester/Rochester Hills. Hollar if you guys meetup and a girl can crash!

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  • Huskee
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    S N O W ?

  • DWCowles
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    Huskee yeah I like N. Carolina too...any place from Kentucky on south I like. I'm pretty sure you know why. 😎

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  • Huskee
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    KY and TN are gorgeous, I'll give you that. If I moved it'd probably be one of those. Or NC, David Parrish makes some great food and I haven't sampled any of it yet.

  • DWCowles
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    Huskee your friends pick the right state to move to...Kentucky 😊

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  • Huskee
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    Been in that sporting goods store. Ice fished on that lake a few times. Kalkaska is beautiful in the fall. We drive through Kalkaska on our way to traverse City (wife & I's favorite city besides Mackinaw).

  • Usernamevalid
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    Ann Arbor, an engineering firm.

    Been to Clare and Jay's many times. Used to hunt in Kalkaska, my favorite route was 127-115-66. Liked to stop in St. Johns where the highway became a surface road, get some food. Almost bought a sporting goods store in Lake City about 20 years ago.

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  • Huskee
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    Had some good friends that lived in Milan. They moved to KY.

    I live in Farwell, small village straight west of Clare about 6 miles. Clare, middle knuckle on your hand, the home of Cops & Doughnuts and Jay's sporting goods (but you surely would rather visit Cabella's being so close). I work at the Clare hospital.

    I am roughly 1:20 north of Lansing, 1:30-45 from Mackinaw, depending on how fast you drive.

    I think I've shared everything I can share aside from pictures of my kids & wife.

    Now where do you work?

  • Usernamevalid
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    So, where are you Michiganderiteanians? Seems like no one here wants to give up their general geographical location. I'll start, I am in Milan, south of A2. I am about 50 miles from Le detroit du Lac Erie.

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  • Huskee
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    Originally posted by Onenemesis View Post
    I usually go hunting around Omer, the "Smallest city in Michigan".
    Ahh yes, Omer. The town where smoked fish shacks outnumber houses 6 to 1. Childhood memories going through there on the smelt dipping episodes. Onenemesis
    Last edited by Huskee; May 25, 2015, 08:13 PM.

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  • Onenemesis
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    I usually go hunting around Omer, the "Smallest city in Michigan".

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