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July 05, 2011

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Donna Hull

What a great collection of links. I especially enjoyed Linda's nostalgic look at her hometown.

Thanks for including a link to Laura's Michigan guest post at My Itchy Travel Feet. After reading it, I'm ready to book a trip to Traverse City.

Dominique King

Donna-

I liked Linda's story a lot as well :)
Laura's story is getting me primed for a visit to the TC area later this summer. We'll check out our usual haunts, and maybe a new (to us) place or two.

DangerousBiz

Thanks for the shout-out! Glad you enjoyed my Sandusky post, and even more glad to know I gave you some ideas for your next visit to northwest Ohio!

Dominique King

Sandusky seems like a great little town. I do love a lot of the old sandstone buildings there...like the Carnegie Library, which I've written about :)

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