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Aaron

Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Just some of the photos I've taken since returning to my residence for 8 months of the year.

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Great pics, Aaron! Ann Arbor is an awesome city. I really need to get there more often, especially since it is only about a half hour away from here.

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Nice! I especially love the Beer Depot photo. Up until a couple years ago, you could drive your car in there and they would sell you the beer while you sat and waited. Something about a city ordinance (I think) forced them to stop this practice after many decades. :wacko:

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Great pics, this is definately the best Ann Arbor thread I've seen yet.

BTW, one of my co-workers, from Ohio asked me to give you this link:

www.deadschembechlers.com

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Heheheh. My simple reply: "57-37-6."

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Just to throw some sugar on the subject of my hometown:

Forbes Magazine Recognizes Ann Arbor as a Great Value

With a metropolitan population of 579,000 and an average home value of $377,000, Ann Arbor (Washtenaw County) was named one of America's 60 Cheap Places To Live by Forbes magazine. Forbes identified Ann Arbor's "safe, leafy neighborhoods," clean air and water, excellent schools and top-ranked health care as reasons that the city was picked. In addition, Big Ten athletics at the University of Michigan, a healthy economy and an abundance of public parks helped land Ann Arbor in the Forbes survey.

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I like the east side of Michigan better than the west. Lansing smells funny. But I like Muskegon. because it's like concentrated ghetto.

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