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That sounds like ideal weather to me.
Get off my lawn.
I moved to a city once purely based on the weather. I did the research and the winner was Fallbrook, CA. It is sunnier than coastal Cal but not nearly as hot as the desert. The deciding factor was the nearly total absence of frost - you could plant almost anything there - and the five years I lived there were frost free.
well that sucks. I love taking the boat out on Lake MI going perch/trout/salmon fishing. Or pulling the boat up to the dunes. Or going to the beach to watch the sunset.
And yes Skiing is better out west or even in New York. But its still better than 90% of the other states.
Like I said, MI isn't really the best place to live. Especially when we're talking cities. We need a cooler sexier city to attract people. But as a state, it has everything.
Everyone I've ever met from Denver (or anywhere in CO) always say they love living there.
This post was edited by southernspartan 14 months ago
I've heard great things about Baltimore, Newark, and East St Louis.
Boys, I may not know much, but I know chicken shit from chicken salad. -- Lyndon Johnson
San Diego FTW
Given my preferences, NY and SF are the shared #1 if you have money, and New Orleans and Detroit are the shared #1 if you don't.
Grand Rapids, MI
Santa Cruz, California
Pismo Beach, California
Has anyone said New York City? After visiting a couple times I kind of wish I would have lived there for a few years when I was younger before I got a dog and bought a house.
I could never live in Texas. The personality of people down there would rive me insane. Add in the drought conditions and rattlesnake population living anywhere, but Austin would be hell. I don't have any problem with cold weather so Chicago, GR, Denver or Boston would all be realisitc options for me.
I may have to seriously think sbout moving to Maryland (DC Area). That is kind of the hot bed for the biotech industry, but given me not knowing anyone there I am a bit hesitant.
This post was edited by Eggy 14 months ago
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