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I know......turning CANADIEN sounds like a real plus. No taxes, great health care, sports betting, scenery, etc.etc.
IOWA ....sounds like a great place too. Good people,lowcrime, Hawkeyes, gambling everywhere.
How about FLORIDA,OXFORD MS.,
I think those are 4 possiblities......CANADA,IOWA,OXFORD,FLORIDA
el tiburon is right.
Vancouver cannot be rivaled during the
May to Sept.time frame.Been all around this
planet and it does'nt get any better.
Nov to Mar..mild but rainy..ever been to a place that can go 2 months with a half a dozen sunny days? Happens here.
Next to LV..the prettiest women per capita
great restaurants and now a new business friendly prov.government
taxes brutal.currency weak..asian drivers
plentiful and BAD.
I savor the flavor by being no stranger to danger
I know the feeling, Fish.
I spent 7 years in Vegas, then decided I had enough.
It really doesn't matter where you go. For at least a year or two, you won't mind things like snow, or state taxes (if they're not too high; stay out of NY, CA, and my home "Tax-achusetts").
If you're not a Vegas native (and who is?), go back to where you came from. All the things you hated, that made you leave, won't seem as bad when you're back with your family and friends.
Florida has a lot of advantages, Fish. No state tax is one of them. If you like to play golf year round and enjoy outdoor sports, like fishing, water skiing, etc., then the weather here is definitely a plus. Going barefoot and wearing shorts and t-shirts almost year round is also a plus in my book.
Each part of the state is conducive to a different lifestyle, so you have quite a choice to match with your preferences.
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:[/size]<HR>Originally posted by Fishhead:
Give me some.
IM looking to get out of Vegas.
This town is going straight into the tiolet.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>Florida has great weather, beautiful sunsets, nice people, and above all a healthy way of life. Florida ia a Paradise come true.
Stay out of Cal? C'mon Bobby! Pound for Pound, The Best Damn weather in the world! Yeah it has it's shortcomings no doubt about that. But there are more than enough AWESOME places to live in this state that make the downside worth it. Just ask KOTS as he lounges away there in Northern Tijuana Real Estate sure is hefty here but if you shop you can find a decent deal.
Depends what your priorities are Fish. There's a ton of great places to live all across the U.S. One man's shithole is another's palace.
If I could "take my job with me" I would personally move back to a small town (not too small!) in New England. Good honest people, the full change of seasons weather wise, access to the beach/ocean, and still fairly affordable in many places. I like SoCal, but I know that would be a better place to raise my kids.
Like I said, depends what your priorities are Fish. Raising Kids? Weather? City? Suburb? Night-life? You gotta add a little more input to get a better answer, bro!