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Old 03-17-2014
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Hello Great and Knowledgeable WOG,

as we travel this great country , I must ask myself , where would I settle down and say this is the place ?

For me ,

clean air
no crime ( no ghetto/sec8)
friendly to cycles (motor driven /chain)
moderate weather (low50/high80)

for Erika

mountains
music
me hahaha

So tell me where you would settle down , look forward to your thoughts .

HAPPY ST PATTYS DAY
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Kind of like coast of CA - SLO (San Lois Obispo). Love the coastal area all the way North, but I think the winter temps are pretty nice, not sure about the summer temps.
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Maybe Maui?
Or wait, did you want to drive the coach there?
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Between Colorado and Arizona. I love the wide open spaces in the west that get fewer and fewer in the east.
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It is tough finding a place that has: mild winters AND mild summers AND low population AND mountains.

Usually takes a minimum of two places, one for winter and one for summer.
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My little acre on the river in Idaho comes pretty close.
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My little acre on the river in Idaho comes pretty close.
low50/high80?
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One day last summer kept me in the A/C all day, just one. Winters are way mild compared to cheeseland, most importantly, not very diverse.
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Take the winter low 50 out and Bend Oregon area is real nice. Low 5o winter is a tough combination with a high 80 summer without also having very high humidity.
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Dad was born and sister lives in Bend. I'm from Beaverton.
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