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Hollycow! Relocating from FL to Michigan! by Alex4mula
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Got new job at Dearborn, MI so I will be relocating from S. FL next month. And I am taking the Fiero with me I know there should be thousands of car related stuff up there around Motor City and I am looking forward to it. Since I won't be able to do much boating there I know I will have more time to enjoy the car stuff. Hopefully I could find a nice active Fiero club to join too. I am excited
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Welcome to the Enchanted Mitten, and good luck with the new job. Now, one thing you need to know about Michigan is that it has the most shoreline of any state, so boating isn't really an issue if it's your thing. The season is shorter, but water isn't an issue.

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Our first winter will be a little shock to your system.
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I see rust in your future!
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Oh ya, don't drive anything you want to keep for more than 5yrs in the Michigan winter.
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Ja! Yes 1st winter will be a huge shock for me. Rust for sure but not on the Fiero
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Michigan has a lot of lakes and rivers, plus the Great Lakes
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Welcome to the mitten. Enjoy the first winter. I've lived here my entire life and I'm still not a fan of winter.

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Wow! That's gonna be a hell of a shock!
All kidding aside, I wish you the best with your relocation.
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Wow! That's gonna be a hell of a shock!
All kidding aside, I wish you the best with your relocation.


Thanks Can't wait to have a picture of the Fiero next to one of the nice big lakes. Just to depart from the Atlantic
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Welcome to the mitten and the birthplace of the Fiero. Bring the boat, Great Lakes state for a reason! You'll love it! No salt, no sharks! Ok, salt on the roads...

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Welcome to the mitten and the birthplace of the Fiero. Bring the boat, Great Lakes state for a reason! You'll love it! No salt, no sharks!
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Welcome to the Enchanted Mitten, and good luck with the new job. Now, one thing you need to know about Michigan is that it has the most shoreline of any state, so boating isn't really an issue if it's your thing. The season is shorter, but water isn't an issue.

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Alaska has been a state since 1959 and has 10x (almost exactly) more shoreline than Michigan. Just thought you should know
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Alaska has been a state since 1959 and has 10x (almost exactly) more shoreline than Michigan. Just thought you should know


Michigan has the longest freshwater coastline in the US and the second longest coast line in the US next to Alaska. World Book Encyclopedia (v.13, p.500 of the 2000 edition) states that Michigan's shoreline, at 3,288 miles is "more than any other state except Alaska.

OK, bow to Alaska...

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Alaska has been a state since 1959 and has 10x (almost exactly) more shoreline than Michigan. Just thought you should know


No thanks, Michigan winters are bad enough. Although the last couple winters Nome has had warmer winter weather than us.
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Michigan is also way closer than Alaska. At least for most of us. And the lakes are just amazing. It's unbelievable to think they aren't oceans when you're standing next to them.

 
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Michigan has the longest freshwater coastline in the US and the second longest coast line in the US next to Alaska. World Book Encyclopedia (v.13, p.500 of the 2000 edition) states that Michigan's shoreline, at 3,288 miles is "more than any other state except Alaska.

OK, bow to Alaska...

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Wow ! 😟 Hate to see you leave the sunshine state. You guys are getting a good one ! Good luck Alex !
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Welcome new neighbor
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good to see another V8 Fiero in the motor city

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Dude, you gotta visit Fieros Forever, Michigan: http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/000011.html

The place is just Northwest of Saginaw.

Enjoy the cherries.
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Wow ! 😟 Hate to see you leave the sunshine state. You guys are getting a good one ! Good luck Alex !


Thanks


 
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good to see another V8 Fiero in the motor city


I guess I'll be just another V8 rumbling car at Motor City. I know there should be so many nice cool rides there.
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I was born in Michigan, moved to Florida to escape the winters.

If you get a chance, check out Frankenmuth... especially around Christmas time. Also, look up the Huckleberry Railroad.
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What will you be doing in Dearborn? Designing a new Fiero???????

Look out for trolls. non-UP'ers

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Best wishes with the relo! If you don't have one yet, look into getting a 4x4 or AWD vehicle for the winter.
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Welcome to Michigan, it is a beautiful state.

Dearborn? Do you speak Arabic?

Sorry on the east side, waaayyyy to urban and crowded.
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What will you be doing in Dearborn? Designing a new Fiero???????

Look out for trolls. non-UP'ers



Ja! No. Just making sure all car SW is designed properly.

 
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Welcome to Michigan, it is a beautiful state.

Dearborn? Do you speak Arabic?

Sorry on the east side, waaayyyy to urban and crowded.


I said I will work at Dearborn. Not live there. Right now we are looking at Canton & Novi. Kids schools are the priority.

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I'm living in Canton again (unfortunately), attended the public schools here 3-9th grades, I wouldn't send my kids there unless you want them to turn out like Jesse Pinkman. Not sure what the term for that is, but I've seen kids around here, still look and act the same way as they did in the 90's.

Lots of subdivisions of $300,000 houses that all look alike, everyone trying to 'keep up with the Jonses' middle class. Two of every big box store, one set on Ford, the other on Michigan Ave.

Check out Novi, South Lyon, Farmington Hills, Grosse Point if you can afford it.
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Hey Alex, congrats on the new job in Michigan! Your job is going to be hugely important over the next few years as software and security becomes the focal point. I used to live in Novi, so I can vouch that that's a good area to look at (I enjoyed the area north of the highway a bit more, Novi Rd is being paved so that's nice). The South Lyon area has very hard water (iron/calcium) and also a rough commute to Dearborn. I'm living in Royal Oak right now, which is along the Woodward corridor. When you get here, a few of us Fiero guys should buy you a beer and try to impart some wisdom of how SE Michigan is different than the rest of the world! Again, congrats!

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I'm living in Canton again (unfortunately), attended the public schools here 3-9th grades, I wouldn't send my kids there unless you want them to turn out like Jesse Pinkman. Not sure what the term for that is, but I've seen kids around here, still look and act the same way as they did in the 90's.

Lots of subdivisions of $300,000 houses that all look alike, everyone trying to 'keep up with the Jonses' middle class. Two of every big box store, one set on Ford, the other on Michigan Ave.

Check out Novi, South Lyon, Farmington Hills, Grosse Point if you can afford it.


Grosse Point looks nice but not sure they will allow a boat at the back yard or work on a car there. South Lyon is too far. Thanks.
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I lived in Taylor MI for a few years in the mid 90s. Next to Dearborn. Great people there. I enjoyed it. Used to hit some shows in the area but never did the Woodword cruise. That's still on my list.
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After living in upstate NY for most of my life (except for time off for military service) I move to the warm state of Florida within two years after my retirement. Having winter weather anytime from October to April was enough for me. I even had a boat at my cottage on Lake Ontario which was a PITA being able to use it maybe five months out of the year. I did discover having two residences to maintain was not twice the fun.
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Hey Alex, congrats on the new job in Michigan! Your job is going to be hugely important over the next few years as software and security becomes the focal point. I used to live in Novi, so I can vouch that that's a good area to look at (I enjoyed the area north of the highway a bit more, Novi Rd is being paved so that's nice). The South Lyon area has very hard water (iron/calcium) and also a rough commute to Dearborn. I'm living in Royal Oak right now, which is along the Woodward corridor. When you get here, a few of us Fiero guys should buy you a beer and try to impart some wisdom of how SE Michigan is different than the rest of the world! Again, congrats!



My son lives in Royal Oak just north of the south city limits.
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Try out by the Pontaic/Oakland airport. Nice area and Smartaxle lives out there.
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That's about 2 1/2 hours from Fort Wayne. You should come and check out some of the car shows and I hear the museum is nice.
Haven't had a chance to check it out yet.

6 months, haven't really experienced a true winter in 30 years. Brrrr we will see.

Good luck with your relocation.
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Is all the software development and penetration testing for the Big 3 performed in the Dearborn, MI area?

Is any of it tele-work?
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Get you a "beater" to drive in the Winter. You definitely don't want to drive your Fiero on that salt.
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Is all the software development and penetration testing for the Big 3 performed in the Dearborn, MI area?

Is any of it tele-work?


Seems like no tele-work at Ford. I asked. LAst 10yrs I worked from home. But I got tired of that. Not as easy as it sounds.


 
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Get you a "beater" to drive in the Winter. You definitely don't want to drive your Fiero on that salt.


Fiero is show/joy ride. I have driven it maybe 10 times on last three years down here since I started boating/fishing. But I know I will use it more up there attending car shows, etc. once the chilly weather (<70° to me) begins.
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Once you get into MI, take a drive up north.... that way you can appreciate the Great Lakes.
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So yesterday I registered the Fiero and drove it for the firt time in over a year. What a nice feeling Then today I drove about 13 miles on some slow traffic and stopped at a gas station to fill it up. Then it didn't want to start Checked the basics and after a while it started. Drove directly home (drove normal) and parked it. Tried to start it right there again and same thing. Seems heat related. Will need to diagnose before my next trip.

PS: Some roads suck really bad here :O
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Yeah i am originally from Ohio and thought the roads really sucked there,......until i went to michigan ! Holy smokes they were worse !
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