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Originally posted by intrepid
I'm warning you up front, you go there and you won't leave. Nova Scotia. It's got everything. Halifax is party central. Cape Breton is incredibly beautiful, you have to have money though, the job market isn't that great. The people, the food, the culture, EVERYTHING is outstanding. Take a vacation there BUT remember my first sentence.
Originally posted by SEEWHATUDO
I feel you, we packed up the kids and moved out to the country several years ago, best thing we ever did. HUGE Culture Shock at first but we figured it out.
So I have a suggestion:
Elberton, Ga. Granite Capitol of the World and home to the Georgia Guidestones
Down home Southern charm mixed up with a whole lot of mystery and intrigue.
Originally posted by SpeakerofTruth
Texas is a fairly "cheap" place to live. If you can take the very erratic weather and the attitudes, it's not a bad place. If you are looking for a "big" city, I suggest either Houston or Austin. Austin is beautiful.
[edit on 10-7-2007 by SpeakerofTruth]
Originally posted by goose28in
Northern Macomb County, Michigan. Still has open space and its about 25 minutes to everything you need.
You can see the stars at night, winters might be cold but definitely lacking snow as of late.
[edit on 10-7-2007 by goose28in]