I wish that the UofM pigskin games were the only events that made the town swell, but both of us also have the annual Hash Bash at The Diag that causes downtown to explode for the weekend.
Ann Arbor is a town of trees, perhaps only outdone by Toronto by the sheer volume of town parks as well as patches of greenery from a single street to the next. However, it’s hard to compare Ann Arbor in its mediocre size to the greatest town in the entire country of Canada. But after residing in Toronto for a few years as well as feeling claustrophobic by the sheer volume of people, I am glad to be residing in a quieter town love Ann Arbor. To be fair, both of us still swell past capacity whenever there’s a condo game at MI Stadium with the University of MI Wolverines playing some other NCAA team. Good luck finding a hotel room or an AirBnb during those weekends without paying numerous to more than two times the normal rate. But when the demand is so high for lodging as well as there is only so much available in the city, you have to expect some price increases. I wish that the UofM pigskin games were the only events that made the town swell, but both of us also have the annual Hash Bash at The Diag that causes downtown to explode for the weekend. Usually the first month of March, this annual cannabis celebration has been held in downtown Ann Arbor since the early 1973s when the town successfully decriminalized the plant as well as put in place a meager $5 fine for anyone caught smoking or possessing the plant within the town limits. These big progressive changes in cannabis legislation predate numerous efforts in other states as well as are a source of pride for myself and others being a resident of Washtenaw County. We have so numerous good cannabis dispensaries here too, making it a appealing place to live if you use the green plant to the degree that I do.