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frigidfire86
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Default  Posted: 1:46 PM, August 3rd (Saturday)

Preferably in the lower 48...I know Hawaii and Alaska are amazing, in completely different ways.

What do you love about it? How are the summers? What is winter like? What area is best in your opinion? Things to do (other than the obvious i.e. skiing in winter or swimming in summer)? What is the landscape like? Anything interesting you can tell me? TIA

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Default  Posted: 2:02 PM, August 3rd (Saturday)

I have been in DC for three years now and have totally fallen in love. Summers are hot and muggy, winters are cold, traffic is terrible, but the culture is amazing.


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Default  Posted: 2:37 PM, August 3rd (Saturday)

I'm the total opposite of Ama

I love Montana and Wyoming. Amazingly beautiful mountains, rivers, valleys ect. The landscape is breath taking. Summers are gorgeous -- occasionally really hot but mostly just perfect and not humid. Winters can be brutal but there is lots of skiing and climbing. There's not a lot of people and whole different type culture.

I'm from WA - perfect summers. I live in ID -- crazy extremes but my city is surprisingly cultural and I love it here.


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Default  Posted: 3:28 PM, August 3rd (Saturday)

As most native Texans I long to retire to Colorado. Cool, mountains, wildflowers, trails, the Broncos, what else do you need?


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Default  Posted: 3:48 PM, August 3rd (Saturday)

I've traveled to all of the states, except HI, and have lived in 6 of them so I guess I've bee around the US. Each of them has a uniqueness - all are pretty cool.

My fav tho is PA, right here. I love the seasons, the mountains, the rivers, the people and the sports (of course). We have Ivy League and minor league, TMI and TMI, hero's and jerks, friendships and simply friends. There is a shitload of history here, good and bad. People leave for riches elsewhere, but they seem to come back.

I once never thought I'd be here - now I think I'll never leave.


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Default  Posted: 4:03 PM, August 3rd (Saturday)

I've a native New Yorker and loved living there as a child.

But as a 20+ year transplant to California, I've grown to truly love it here.
I can ski (snow), hit the beach, camp, kayak, take in some culture in the city, go wine-tasting, or just get off the beaten trail and leave civilization behind - all within a 2 hour drive of where I live.


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Default  Posted: 4:13 PM, August 3rd (Saturday)

San Francisco...born and raised there and will call it home until the day I die.

Boston because its an East coast version of San Francisco Excellent food, great people, lots of history and a totally walk-friendly city with excellent mass-transit as well.

I love living in The Woodlands, but it's just a wee bit stuck up for me.


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Default  Posted: 4:41 PM, August 3rd (Saturday)

I really like western PA. It's a great place to raise kids. There are hills, different seasons( my favorite is fall), snow, and trees, trees, trees.

There are no scorpions, tarantulas, or earthquakes. Damage from hurricanes and tornados is minimal.

We have 3 great sports teams, technology, good bier education, and world class medical facilities. We also have lots of history, and we're 6 hours or less from NYC, Washington, D.C., and the beach.

However, we also have: potholes, freezing rain, and snakes.

The best part is that my family is here.


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Default  Posted: 5:14 PM, August 3rd (Saturday)

Florida - Walt Disney World - need I say more?

I love that in the dead of winter there's no snow on the ground and I can still wear a coat and snuggle under my comforter. (Central Florida)

No mountains here, but that's ok. I prefer being on the Eastern side of the US... *lived in Denver, CO for two years* and I don't need seasons.

Schools aren't the greatest and culture kind sucks... but I can travel for culture and since I'm a teacher I can help my son make the most of his education.

I grew up in Michigan and never ever liked the snow and cold.


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Default  Posted: 9:08 PM, August 3rd (Saturday)

I have been to just about every state, skipped Oregon and Washington, but I'll get there. And don't laugh, but my choice of states to live in as I retire is

NEW JERSEY

Yeah, we get that we are the brunt of every joke, and rightfully so, in many cases. But my part of the state is almost ideal. It isn't too hot or too cold, except for a week or two a few times a year, we are spared the most vicious weather, although we've had some close calls in recent times, I live near working farms for some of the best produce (and WINE) in the world, and I am within an hour's drive of beautiful beaches where I can fish, boat, bird, or just sit on my fanny and watch the dolphins. I can also be in a city within 30 minutes for shows, world class orchestra, art museums and anything else I want.

And if South Jersey gets their wish, we can secede from the North and all be happier!


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Default  Posted: 9:18 PM, August 3rd (Saturday)

I''m a native New Yorker. I feel very comfortable with other New Yorkers. However, AZ will always be my second love. New Mexico, Montana, Oregon & Wasington round out my favorites.


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Default  Posted: 10:39 PM, August 3rd (Saturday)

Of the states I've been to, Tennessee. However I am sure that will change if I ever visit Montana or Wyoming


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Default  Posted: 9:48 AM, August 4th (Sunday)

I was raised in VA. Left it 30 years ago to come to NC. NC has been good for career, but as I get old-ER, I have grown tired of the traffic, taxes, crime, etc. of a big city.

My plan is to sell my NC house and go back to VA. Smaller town, but has everything I need. Lots less traffic/crime/taxes too. Plus, I just want to be close to the family I have left. And, there is a LOT of beautiful scenery and mountains in VA. I'm headed back to a valley, but still...

Time for me to go HOME.


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Default  Posted: 9:54 AM, August 4th (Sunday)

Virginia - born here and love the state. The Blue Ridge, Chesapeake, variety, seasons, and diversity of this state is awesome. It's not the best at any one thing, but it's great at a lot of them. I've lived around the country and around the world, but I knew I'd always come back to VA. It's home. There are a lot of great places, but I love where I live now. It's serenity here in the Piedmont.


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Default  Posted: 10:17 AM, August 4th (Sunday)

Tred, hey buddy! Uhhhm...got any room?

Like you, I've lived just about everywhere.

North Carolina would be my choice. Outer Banks, Mountains.
Plus, the initials kinda help.


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Default  Posted: 11:38 AM, August 4th (Sunday)

NC Born here and will probably die here...Love the mts the best...Love the outer banks, nothing else like it...

Go visit anywhere else and when I see those beautiful mts I know I am almost home...


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Default  Posted: 11:41 AM, August 4th (Sunday)

Forget it Tred, it was fun while it lasted, but..

Hey inhishands55! Old buddy old pal! Uhmm...got any room?


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Default  Posted: 11:53 AM, August 4th (Sunday)

My future is going to be in CO.Love the people, mountains, and views. Winters ? No I won't be there in the Winter but become a snowbird.

I'm a midwestern native (Iowa)but CA (SF Bay Area) Has been my home for 33 yrs so I'm very comfortable here and my Grandkids live here. Love CA but too many people in certain areas and very expensive.


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Default  Posted: 12:24 PM, August 4th (Sunday)

I'm never going to be able to settle anywhere south of the line since I'm Canuck, but here goes: agree with DS on SF and Boston. Love to visit both but you gotta have cash to live there.

NC and VA are on my bucket list. When y'all get settled be sure to install a spare room for me kay?

NYC is a blast to visit, would love to live around Saratoga to be away but close.

In my past lives I swear I was a cowgrl in Montana/Colorado. Love those Rockies.


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Default  Posted: 12:42 PM, August 4th (Sunday)

Definitely North Carolina. Mountains, beaches, great people.


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Default  Posted: 1:16 PM, August 4th (Sunday)

I live in the northwest corner of New Mexico. It's definitely an acquired taste, but LOVE it here. Summers are not bad at all. 100 is rare and humidity is non-existant. Winters are mild (maybe a few days of below zero and one decent snow -6-10"- a year). We are less than an hour drive from world-class fly fishing, skiing, hiking, amazing ruins and lots of other outdoor activities. Also, if you like the mountains, but not mountain winters, this is great. I can see them from my front door and be there in an hour or less, but I don't get the seriously snowy, cold winters of the Colorado mountains. However, we are not a city. The city here has about 45,000 people and to get to to anything bigger you have to drive 180 miles.

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Default  Posted: 1:27 PM, August 4th (Sunday)

Texas .....of course. Duh...


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Default  Posted: 1:45 PM, August 4th (Sunday)

Texas .....of course. Duh...

Ditto


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Default  Posted: 2:50 PM, August 4th (Sunday)

My favorites are Minnesota and Arizona.

Minnesota. Southeast Minnesota specifically. The bluffs, rivers, lakes, winding roads, small towns, fall colors. It's amazing...BUT I hate winter and the humidity in the summer sucks.

Arizona is another favorite, especially the Phoenix area. The heat, lack of humidity, great winters, mountains that look purple during sunset, the mountain drives, plethora of things to do. It's wonderful...except for the lack of green and no privacy.

I want to check out the northwest. Washington and Oregon, west of the mountains, look promising.


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Default  Posted: 7:13 PM, August 4th (Sunday)

Northern California.

California is two states politically and climatically. Basically, Southern California includes everything up to Santa Barbara on the coast, and all of the central valley up to Chico.

Northern California starts in central California on the coast (San Luis Obispo and north), but also includes the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

I was born in Southern California then moved to Northern California when I was in grade school, so this is really home to me.

Then I moved to north of Boston
Then moved back to NorCal
Then moved to Upstate New York, then Connecticut, Massachusetts, then Northern Virginia. Then a stint in Germany, then back to NorCal, then Ohio, South Carolina, then back to NorCal. I can't leave here ever again.

Sure the cost of living is high. Like, really high. But you get what you pay for. Gorgeous weather 300 days a year. We have two seasons: Dry, and Wet. Wet includes rain, but it comes in spurts and then leaves for a few days or a week. Dry includes heat, but then the fog comes in.

I live 1 hour from great beaches, 1 hour from the fabulous city that is San Francisco, 20 minutes to the heart of all that is High-tech, Silicon Valley, 2.5 hours to wine country, 4 hours to Tahoe and the glorious Sierra Nevada, get FRESH vegetables all year round, and best of all, I'm surrounded by public land, thousands and thousands of acres set aside as parks or undeveloped openspace, full of trails and spectacular natural beauty that you can enjoy ALL YEAR ROUND. Even in driving rain, the redwoods are spectacular.

If you have a degree and some decent skills, jobs generally pay well around here. Many people can't afford to buy a home at market rates, but most people can afford to rent something nice.

NorCal probably sucks if you have very little education, and very conservative political views. But most conservatives move to SoCal.

I generally like the people I meet here.


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Default  Posted: 7:59 PM, August 4th (Sunday)

I'm a VA girl as well.

I like the diversity of the state. The northern part is close to DC, a true melting pot of cultures, and just a fun place overall.

We have beaches, mountains, and some of the best colleges (and high schools) in the nation. Also, the low taxes don't hurt!


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Default  Posted: 10:55 PM, August 4th (Sunday)

Chicago. I''ve lived a lot of other places, too, and I love it here. The seasons are brutal, but I feel like Chicago is the best summer city in the country.


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Default  Posted: 11:19 PM, August 4th (Sunday)

I lived in Chicago but San Diego is now my home. I love it here. So def California.


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Default  Posted: 11:34 PM, August 4th (Sunday)

Hey jjct,,,There is always room in my beautiful state for nice people....And you being a member of SI means Yes there is always room...

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Default  Posted: 10:33 AM, August 5th (Monday)

I've only been in 48 ...

VA native - hard to beat the Shenandoah Valley. Love Hawaii ... red rock country in Utah (and skiing) ... Wyoming ... a few others


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Default  Posted: 12:03 PM, August 5th (Monday)

Well, I am very partial to California, not just because I live here I've been to AZ, WA, PA, NY, LA, and lived in FL. Cali has my heart.


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Default  Posted: 12:07 PM, August 5th (Monday)

Oh yeah, if I couldn't get back to VA, my second-pick would be Utah. Visited my brother in the SLC area, and absolutely loved it. Plus, Utah is home to my mecca - Best Friends Animal Sanctuary. I would move to UT in the blink of an eye.

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Default  Posted: 12:57 PM, August 5th (Monday)

I am a born and bred NY'er and love it here. Hot muggy summer and freezing messy winters but I love it all. The atmosphere the attitude the food...

My second love is New Mexico. I loved it there. All of it was beautiful and laid back.


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Default  Posted: 3:41 PM, August 5th (Monday)

Basically, Southern California includes everything up to Santa Barbara on the coast, and all of the central valley up to Chico.

I live in the foothills east of Chico and it is most definitely NoCal, not SoCal. It's called The North State in conversation, names of businesses, and in media.

I have fond memories of everywhere I lived NY state, Massachussets. I love Maine and Vermont. I am loving living where I am now, in the North State, California.


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Default  Posted: 3:53 PM, August 5th (Monday)

Nothing like the wine country in Northern California. It may be expensive for us, but at least the wine dulls the pain.


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Default  Posted: 4:54 PM, August 5th (Monday)

I live in the foothills east of Chico and it is most definitely NoCal, not SoCal. It's called The North State in conversation, names of businesses, and in media.

I went to college in Chico and agree! I grew up on Humboldt county and we call that "REAL NorCal" lol


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Default  Posted: 5:31 PM, August 5th (Monday)

I was born and raised in Washington, specifically the western side of the cascades. I love the fact I can see Mt. Rainier almost every day from my house. Close to skiing, hiking, camping, fishing, etc. East of the cascades has a totally different feel, desert like in areas, but tons of farming.

I lived in the Chicagoland area for 5 years and was not a fan. I guess because I'm so use to the topography.


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Default  Posted: 5:50 PM, August 5th (Monday)

And if South Jersey gets their wish, we can secede from the North and all be happier!

Anything north of where 287 hits 80 is part of NYC anyway.

Also, we have a drive in down here.

We have a drive in movie theater down here in south Jersey.


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Default  Posted: 6:02 PM, August 5th (Monday)

the hubby says anything north of Magic Mountain is Northern California


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Default  Posted: 6:11 PM, August 5th (Monday)

the hubby says anything north of Magic Mountain is Northern California


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Default  Posted: 6:30 PM, August 5th (Monday)

wine country in Northern California. It may be expensive for us, but at least the wine dulls the pain.

I might be willing to change my answer to this. VA wine is terrible!


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Default  Posted: 6:44 PM, August 5th (Monday)

the hubby says anything north of Magic Mountain is Northern California

I used to be offended when people said Sacramento was northern California. LOL

There really needs to be a more formal CENTRAL designation!

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Default  Posted: 6:50 PM, August 5th (Monday)

I've lived in Central CA - Monterey & Salinas. I agree, there does need to be a more central designation. Otherwise, it's only NoCal or SoCal.


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Default  Posted: 6:53 PM, August 5th (Monday)

Ok I'll end this norcal socal thing right now. We in Norcal will give you the entire central valley and take everything from Santa Barbara up along the coast...Oh and we will throw in all the cows in Hanford free of charge.

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Default  Posted: 7:01 PM, August 5th (Monday)

Who gets Weed and Burney? lol


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Default  Posted: 1:33 AM, August 6th (Tuesday)

Okie Texan here but strangely enough I've fallen in love with upper Michigan. Love the lakes, love the Blue Water Bridge going into Ontario. (I have the OW to thank for falling in love with Ontario, Canada) I would love to have one of those beautiful homes On the St. Claire River, looking over into Canada.


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