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by Mary Hunt
Category: United States
Publisher: Midwestern Guides; Revised edition (October 1, 1996)
Formats: azw mbr lit doc
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Michigan on map. About hunting in Michigan. Hunting is a way of life in the state of Michigan. Michigan consists of two peninsulas, the Lower and the Upper, separated by the Straits of Mackinac, a channel that joins Lake Huron to Lake Michigan. Surrounded by four of the five Great Lakes, Michigan has the longest freshwater coastline of any state or province in the world. The Lower Peninsula is relatively flat, but the Porcupine Mountains in the western part of the Upper Peninsula rise to about 2,000 feet. Hunting is a way of life in the state of Michigan
The Hunts guide really enhanced my enjoyment of a two-week bike trip through the area. I recommend this book for anyone who is into roadside culture. I wish there was a Hunt's guide for everywhere that I bicycle.
The Hunts guide really enhanced my enjoyment of a two-week bike trip through the area. It helped me find local eateries, roadside attractions, and clean, independent, motels. Author was right on with every one of recommendations; turned me on to little roadside gems.
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Mary Hunt (1830–1906) was an American activist in the United States temperance movement promoting prohibition of alcohol
Mary Hunt (1830–1906) was an American activist in the United States temperance movement promoting prohibition of alcohol. She gained the power to accept or reject children's textbooks based on their representation of her views of the danger of alcohol. On her death there were questions asked regarding the finances of the organisation. Mary Hannah Hanchett was born in Litchfield, Connecticut in 1830.