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  • Hunt's Tree Service
    Growing up, C.V. Hunt spent more time around Christmas trees than the typical kid; during the summers, he'd make extra money helping out on Christmas tree farms, including one owned by his uncle. In 1980, he decided to open his own farm, naming it Hunt Tree Company. On 500 acres, he grows fraser firs, douglas firs, and other evergreens, some of which stand up to 12 feet tall.
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    109 N Gladwin St
    Lake City, MI US
  • Shaner Avenue Nursery
    Shaner Avenue Nursery owners and staff have extensive training in horticulture and forestry, which helps them keep an inventory of trees, shrubs, and perennials thriving. Fill gardens with rhododendrons ($35.97), a few of nearly a dozen varieties of junipers ($7.97+), or a member of the hydrangea family, which includes nine siblings in white, pink, and blue ($7.97+). Those who revel in eating everything they bury in the ground can plant raspberry shrubs ($5.97+), a red haven peach tree ($39.97), or bushes that grow fresh cobbler.
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    11421 Shaner Ave NE
    Rockford, MI US
  • Kayla Rae Cellars
    Housed in a train depot that was once part of the Grand Rapids and Indiana Railroad, Kayla Rae Cellars's stock doesn't extend to the Hoosier State. Or any other state, for that matter. Only Michigan-made red, white, fruit, and dessert wines compose its selection. Kayla Rae's other libations?a rotating variety of hard ciders, as well as craft root beer by Jaden James?likewise hails from the Great Lakes State. As they sample varietals amid refurbished depot decor and occasional live music, guests can nibble on cheese-and-cracker plates or order snacks from nearby restaurants.
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    31 Courtland Street
    Rockford, MI US
  • The Oasis Hot Tub Gardens
    Oasis Hot Tub Gardens instantly transports visitors on mini vacations to other parts of the globe. Each private area?some indoor and some outdoor?takes on a theme of an exotic oasis, from the Isle Royale to a beautiful garden in Japan to the wild hot tubs that grow in the world's secluded forests. Those all become the backdrops for hours of relaxation within hot waters, which stay at a comfortable 102 degrees during the Fall and Winter and 96?100 degrees in Spring and Summer. Should customers need anything, say a change in tub temperature, all they need to do is make a request over the room's intercom?never having to leave their tiny slice of paradise. The private suites house other comforts too, namely stereos, dressing areas, and showers.
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    5041 Alpine Ave. NW
    Comstock Park, MI US
  • Your Plate or Mine
    At Your Plate or Mine, both seasoned glazers and greenhorn glammers turn unadorned pottery and glass fragments into one-of-a-kind masterpieces. Pottery prettifiers of all ages choose from more than 500 pieces of bisque ($4?$55), ranging from plates ($8?$12) and mugs ($8?$12) to figurines ($9?$12). With their blank slates in tow, guests pick out paints and, like the Beauty and the Beast animation team, bring the ceramics to life; if painter's block sets in, a friendly staff can offer tips and suggestions.
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    5600 Harvey St
    Muskegon, MI US
  • Continuity
    At Continuity, people can sift through a collection of home-d?cor items, jewelry, knickknacks, furniture, and repurposed goods that radiate nostalgic, vintage, and antique charm. A white oval mirror ($25) adds elegance to bare walls with its gracefully intertwined lace-like frame. Dress up a dull salad for a zippy ride on any of five antique car plates ($20 for the set), or procure a twig bird sculpture ($10), which makes for an apropos perch for any pet cockatiel or flightless cornhusk doll looking for company. Bare d?colletages can be embellished with a vintage mother-of-pearl necklace featuring gleaming silver rimmed around an opalescent circular pendant ($20).
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    1115 3rd St
    Muskegon, MI US

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