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Old 07-04-2009, 03:29 PM
 
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I am interested in relocating to the coastal south and I'm researching coastal Georgia, SC or NC. Any suggestions for towns for someone who is single, female, mid-40s and loves good restaurants, coffee shops, things to do (liberal minded is preferred). Doesn't have to be right on the coast, but close for an easy afternoon.
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Old 07-04-2009, 06:52 PM
 
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I am interested in relocating to the coastal south and I'm researching coastal Georgia, SC or NC. Any suggestions for towns for someone who is single, female, mid-40s and loves good restaurants, coffee shops, things to do (liberal minded is preferred). Doesn't have to be right on the coast, but close for an easy afternoon.
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While it certainly is not a liberal bastion by any stretch of the imagination, the Crystal Coast might be an interesting option for you.

The towns are small, but in this case you can translate that to mean supportive. They are safe, and certainly there are plenty of great restaurants and enough coffee shops.

It is an area where people focus on outdoor activities, boating, walking the beaches, kayaking, hiking, fishing, and bicycling.

It is a great spot to live with friendly people and enough nice visitors in the summer to keep us on our toes.

The best way to tell is to come for a visit. Each small town has its own personality.

What we do not have is lots of traffic, stress, and overcrowding.

The beaches are very nice and the boating is even better. You can read about the area at my blog, The Crystal Coast, Saltwater on Your Feet.

This is a link to an index of the posts. This link will take you to a page with lots of pictures and information on the area.

Lots of luck on finding a spot.

Last edited by dsobotta; 07-04-2009 at 06:53 PM.. Reason: left out a couple of words
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