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Old 05-23-2018, 10:25 PM
 
Location: Nashville, TN
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Lone Tree, CO

Both cities are about 20 miles from Denver & SLC respectively. Slightly favor being in the Denver metro vs the SLC metro. 4 major league sports teams vs 1 and more to do. Lone Tree is also just 50 miles from a good friend in Colorado Springs. Don't know anyone in Utah.

Ponca City, OK or Sterling, CO?
Sterling, CO

Milwaukee, WI or Indianapolis, IN?
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Old 05-23-2018, 11:17 PM
 
Location: Salinas, CA
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Sterling, CO

Milwaukee, WI or Indianapolis, IN?
Milwaukee, WI

On Lake Michigan and close to Chicago and Madison. I know some people in Wisconsin and Minnesota, but not in Indiana (do have a few friendly city data acquaintances there, though. ).

Cedar Rapids, IA or Dayton, OH?
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Old 05-24-2018, 02:54 AM
 
Location: Lincoln, NE
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Milwaukee, WI

On Lake Michigan and close to Chicago and Madison. I know some people in Wisconsin and Minnesota, but not in Indiana (do have a few friendly city data acquaintances there, though. ).

Cedar Rapids, IA or Dayton, OH?
I would say CR. It seems like a nice, growing small city. Dayton is outside of Cincy and just seems a ghetto exurb. Anyways, CR just seems like a less sketchy version of the outskirts of Lincoln, so I appreciate you volunteering for this.
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Old 05-24-2018, 12:19 PM
 
Location: Brew City
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Milwaukee, WI

On Lake Michigan and close to Chicago and Madison. I know some people in Wisconsin and Minnesota, but not in Indiana (do have a few friendly city data acquaintances there, though. ).

Cedar Rapids, IA or Dayton, OH?
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I would say CR. It seems like a nice, growing small city. Dayton is outside of Cincy and just seems a ghetto exurb. Anyways, CR just seems like a less sketchy version of the outskirts of Lincoln, so I appreciate you volunteering for this.
Yay, Milwaukee!!


Since new cities weren't put forth, I'll go with chessgeek's.

Dayton I guess but I wouldn't be happy about it. My dad is in Cbus so I'd probably cheat and live in the western Cbus suburbs.


Bloomington, IN or Albany, GA?
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Old 05-24-2018, 12:41 PM
 
Location: St Simons Island, GA
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Yay, Milwaukee!!


Since new cities weren't put forth, I'll go with chessgeek's.

Dayton I guess but I wouldn't be happy about it. My dad is in Cbus so I'd probably cheat and live in the western Cbus suburbs.


Bloomington, IN or Albany, GA?
Bloomington. I can't think of one positive thing to say about Albany.
Gainesville, FL or Knoxville, TN?
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Old 05-24-2018, 04:21 PM
 
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Knoxville. Cooler and hillier.

Madison, WI or Duluth, MN?
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Old 05-25-2018, 07:07 AM
 
Location: Brew City
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Knoxville. Cooler and hillier.

Madison, WI or Duluth, MN?
Madison is a wonderful town. Though I wouldn't be disappointed in Duluth. My hubby is headed there next week.


Yakima, WA or Klamath Falls, OR?
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Old 05-25-2018, 10:06 AM
 
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Madison is a wonderful town. Though I wouldn't be disappointed in Duluth. My hubby is headed there next week.


Yakima, WA or Klamath Falls, OR?
Yakima... Klamath Falls seems like a nicer area in some ways but I prefer Yakima's location in the middle of Washington state (1 hour from the Tri-Cities, 2 hours from Seattle, 3 hours from Portland), it's significantly larger than Klamath Falls, and the weather between the two cities isn't too different.

Pocatello, ID or Casper, WY?
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Old 05-25-2018, 11:10 AM
 
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Yakima... Klamath Falls seems like a nicer area in some ways but I prefer Yakima's location in the middle of Washington state (1 hour from the Tri-Cities, 2 hours from Seattle, 3 hours from Portland), it's significantly larger than Klamath Falls, and the weather between the two cities isn't too different.

Pocatello, ID or Casper, WY?
Probably Pocatello. Wyoming is almost a little too desolate. Theres probably more signs of life between Pocatello and the next big city. Wyoming is one of those places where I'd be afraid to leave outside of any town because if I had a medical emergency or accident, I may not have phone coverage and I may not be found for awhile. Idaho just seemed slightly more inhabited when I went through there.

Aurora, Il or Terre Haute, IN?
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Old 05-25-2018, 12:00 PM
 
Location: Nashville, TN
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Probably Pocatello. Wyoming is almost a little too desolate. Theres probably more signs of life between Pocatello and the next big city. Wyoming is one of those places where I'd be afraid to leave outside of any town because if I had a medical emergency or accident, I may not have phone coverage and I may not be found for awhile. Idaho just seemed slightly more inhabited when I went through there.

Aurora, Il or Terre Haute, IN?
Aurora, IL. Nicer area and better location.

Oklahoma City, OK or Noblesville, IN?
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