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Bay City waterfront home

Umbungazi oveleleBay City, Michigan, United States
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Ababungazi Abahamba Phambili banesipiliyoni, ababungazi bezinga eliphezulu abazinikele ekuphatheni izivakashi ngendlela ekhethekile.
The house is a 1920’s cottage situated within a private wildlife sanctuary on the edge of the West channel of the Saginaw River. It is at the beginning of the Bay City Riverwalk, which connects all parks, shops and restaurants in the city. The Riverwalk is a great place to skate, bicycle or walk to local events and to view wildlife. Even though the house has a large site, it is still in the city center.
The private boat dock is currently inaccessible due to historic high water levels.

Indawo
The home is one of only 8 homes sitting directly on the river’s edge in the middle of Bay City, Michigan. It is a constant state of upgrade and update so at times a part may be in repairs, but not unavailable.
The home has a private shallow water (6-8’ deep) boat dock with canoe. (The dock is currently almost always under water due to high water but the canoe is available!) The house is directly across the channel from a public rowing, canoeing and kayaking facility and a new kayak and canoe rental facility just opened up down the street on Salzburg Avenue.
The house is also on the Bay City Riverwalk, which connects all parts of the city with waterfront restaurants, parks and shops. The Riverwalk is kid and dog friendly and one may walk, skate or ride bikes along it.

Beyond the West channel are two navigable deep water channels and Great Lakes and ocean going vessels can be seen and heard from the house. Bay City has recently become an international destination for its excellent fisheries in the Bay and the river and there are year ‘round events catering to the sport fisheries. All fishing activities can be easily accessed by the water or by the park next to the sanctuary.

The house also sits within an organic garden and orchards maintained by the sanctuary, the seasonal and preserved produce from which can be made available by arrangement. The kitchen is a complete gourmet kitchen and guests are encouraged to take advantage of the great local produce available, either from the garden or local farmer's markets, to create their own delicious meals. However, a number of excellent local restaurants are close by, either by water, walking, or driving.

The second floor is a “half story” which is typical of the era. The ceilings are therefore truncated by the roofline and are low in some places.

The place is a great place for dogs and kids, but since it is still on a city street on the back side, with no fenced yard, city leash laws are still in affect.

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The extensive sanctuary grounds are available for guests to explore. It is recommended that dogs stay on leashes due to the street, gardens, and wildlife, but a large grassy area south of the house by the tire swing may be suitable to free play for well behaved canine guests. Bay City has a leash law for walking dogs along the streets and in the parks. Pets are considered part of the family and every effort will be made to make a stay at the sanctuary a happy time for all.

Ezinye izinto okumele ziqashelwe
The house is in the middle of almost 10 acres of wild waterfront, but it is still in the City Center. The typical sounds familiar to City dwelling are definitely here, but so also are raucous birdsong in the early morning. There are train and ship sounds, but all blends together in a comfortable coexistence.
The sanctuary does not allow spraying for mosquitoes so we have an abundance of birds and fireflies. To date, we have not experienced an unusual amount of mosquitoes.
The house is a 1920’s cottage situated within a private wildlife sanctuary on the edge of the West channel of the Saginaw River. It is at the beginning of the Bay City Riverwalk, which connects all parks, shops and restaurants in the city. The Riverwalk is a great place to skate, bicycle or walk to local events and to view wildlife. Even though the house has a large site, it is still in the city center.
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Bay City, Michigan, United States

The home is on Arbor Street, which runs right along the river. Most houses are on the other side of the street from the sanctuary. It is a mixed neighborhood with all ages. Several families who live here are third or fourth generation, including the owners. It is a street full of well maintained gardens and beautiful trees and is a favorite place for people to come walk, run, bicycle, walk dogs or otherwise exercise, all year round.
The home is on Arbor Street, which runs right along the river. Most houses are on the other side of the street from the sanctuary. It is a mixed neighborhood with all ages. Several families who live here are…

Ibungazwe ngu-Emily

Ujoyine ngo-Juni 2018
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I am 65, a mother of 5 and Grandmother of 9. I have had a long and varied work life centered around architecture, sustainability and environmental design. My husband and I enjoy art and music. I play the cello, French Horn and Trombone and weave, enjoy ceramics and painting with watercolor. I have traveled extensively and worked abroad both in African and South American countries. I studied art and architecture in Florence, Italy through the Stanford overseas program and my alma matre is Stanford. My favorite subjects of inquiry are Indigenous wisdom, sustainable solutions and metaphysics. I love people, animals and beings of all sorts. I love to garden. My tag line would be "choose Love."
I am 65, a mother of 5 and Grandmother of 9. I have had a long and varied work life centered around architecture, sustainability and environmental design. My husband and I enjoy ar…
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The owners of the sanctuary live adjacent to the home and are available for any questions, references or arrangements that guests might need to make. Mark is a native to the area and can answer most questions about the local scene and environment. Guests are welcome to use the dock and grounds and share the produce from the garden from whatever the rabbits, squirrels and woodchucks allow us to have!
The owners of the sanctuary live adjacent to the home and are available for any questions, references or arrangements that guests might need to make. Mark is a native to the area…
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