posted on Oct, 1 2016 @ 12:39 PM
Well, If you do come to michigan you are guaranteed a butt load of snow.. On christmas day? Not always.
I have been here all 30 years and 10 months of my life so let's see... Oct, Nov and Dec are usually cold, but not terrible. Sometimes it snows on
halloween. Usually just rains. Same with thanksgiving. Things get a bit snowier north of saginaw.
January and February can be so goddamn cold you will wish you would die. Add that to multiple 6 inch + snow falls and you're in for a good time. I
suggest 4 wheel drive vehicles. Snow mobiles sure are fun too.. There is a "little Bavaria Town" north of flint called Frankenmuth witch is pretty
much the Christmas capital of the world. A must for the kiddies and Christmas enthusiasts... Plus lots of beer and chicken dinners..weird huh?
Nice thing about here is if you are into outdoor sports/activities, you can be involved in ALL of them. We get the best and worst of every season.
Today is the first day of Bow Hunting season and is basically a Holiday. All summer you can hike, fish. camp, kayak, bike..you name it. Winter has
snowmobiling, hunting, ice fishing, skiing.. And you're realy never more than 3 or 4 hours from beautiful parks and outdoor places to do these things.
Upper peninsula, and west coast are as beautiful as anywhere in the country.. Mountains, beaches, rivers, lakes, forests.. I was lucky enough to
spend summers "up north" either in the UP or on dads 30 ft sail boat, roaming lake huron up into Canada and the North Channel.
What else? BEER! Right now Michigan is on the forfront of the American Craft beer scene. Which means the industry is booming in everything from
Breweries to Hopfarms.
One of my favorite things is that you can live in the "country" with acreage and distant neighbors surrounded by woods... and be in a small town or
City withing 10 minutes.. Ann Arbor is surrounded by beautiful country, with easy access in and out of the city.
I would avoid Flint, but the neighboring country "Oakland County" i considered one of the walthiest counties is the country, home to celebrities such
as Kid Rock, Eminem, Bob Seger, Kristen Bell and Tim Allen.
LOL they should be paying me for this.
Anyway i suggest michigan very much. If you have more specific questions and not just the travel brochure i just typed you, just ask