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What are some good things about the place you call home? City/town/country, etc..

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      Lazylola wrote Sep 5, 2010
    • People are friendly here. Here is San Angelo, Texas (West Texas)I’m centrally located so I can be just about anywhere in 10 or 15 minutes.




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      Lazylola wrote Sep 5, 2010
    • or less...




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      Denise Richardson wrote Sep 5, 2010
    • I have been living here in West Bloomfield for almost a year now and I tell you I love it! Where we‘re located we‘re near a lot of lakes, and the homes are fabulous!
      It is in a quaint section of W. Bloomfield and the people are nice and friendly and personable in a lot of the business‘es I frequent. There is not a lot of noise or crimes committed a round here and that is a huge plus. The properties are well kept and I like the serene nearby parks and walking trails. Its just a nice place to be.




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      Mz. Queen wrote Sep 5, 2010
    • “Home is where the heart is“. I am in Virginia with my parents. My children are in Texas, that’s where my heart is and they are all the good. I miss them.




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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Sep 5, 2010
    • The part of Maui I live in, upcountry, is filled with pastures, cattle, sheep, goats - it’s very rural. And it’s much cooler than the towns by the beaches. At night when the stars are out it’s spectacular. There are no lights up here so the sky is very big and bright.




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      Mzd3 wrote Sep 5, 2010
    • Cynthia, that sounds like heaven to me!!




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      Mary Clark wrote Sep 5, 2010
    • I live in North Augusta, SC. I’m on the state line between Georgia and SC. I’m pretty centrally located. I can be at the beach in 2 1/2 hours or the mountains in about the same time or a little more.  I’m 2 1/2-3 hours away from Hot Atlanta...and an hour away from Columbia, SC, the capital.  

      North Augusta is on the Savannah River.  The state line goes right down the middle of the river.  ON the other side is Augusta, GA (home of The Masters golf tournament).

      Here are is a link to my wonderful city:

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      Tuliplady wrote Sep 5, 2010
    • The lack of people is the best part of living where I do.  The few of us that live here are all very very close.




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      Hbrose wrote Sep 5, 2010
    • Even though Huntington Beach is a big beach town, I love that it feels very small-town friendly. And there’s so much to do right here, we never have to leave town to enjoy a night or weekend out. Friends and family love coming to visit or hang out around here with us. And we’ve loved raising our family here. happyheart




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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Sep 5, 2010
    • Rose, I spent years in Huntington Beach and honestly I still consider it home. It just gets in your blood.




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      Cathie Beck wrote Sep 6, 2010
    • I live in the woods, outside a small town in north east California. I know a lot of the neighbors even though we don’t live real close to each other. I love living close to nature out here. Snow in winter is awesome, and seeing the stars, being surrounded by the trees is serene.  

      Cathie




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      Marya1961 wrote Sep 6, 2010
    • We are hoping when hub retires to get to that special place, which may be further up in Pennsylvania near the Pocono Mountains, as there are lots of little areas which are quaint, near small lakes and the great thing is you can still get to the ocean in a short time and NYC if you want a little action and fun.estatic




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      Mary Clark wrote Sep 6, 2010
    • My nephew and his wife went to school at Tennessee...and they moved from Chattanooga last year to Atlanta.  They hate it and said they would only be there for 5 years and they are going back to Tennessee.  Her parents live in Nashville.  

      I’ve never been up there but I’ve heard it’s beautiful!




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      Diane17 wrote Sep 6, 2010
    • I live in Linden, VA in the country and on Blue Mountain.  It is very very peaceful here, surrounded by trees and all sorts of wildlife like deers and groundhogs, possums, etc.

      This is a huge change from Alexandria, VA which is where we used to live for 11 years.




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      Linda L wrote Sep 7, 2010
    • I live in a small diverse commnuity outside of Seattle.  The small area I live in recently became a city, schools are walking distance, businesses are all nearby, it’s a quiet place and people are friendly.  When the view of the Cascade Mountain is visible, it’s so beautiful.




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