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Old 11-28-2016, 12:49 PM
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Originally Posted by Krisps View Post
French Lick, IN.
Is that you Larry Bird?
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Old 11-28-2016, 02:38 PM
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No no, he's already there. Part of the reasoning is that there'd be good chance I'd see him eventually. The other part is the fun when travelling, sayin I'm from French Lick. And southern Indiana is quite nice too.
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Old 11-29-2016, 09:58 AM
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Originally Posted by EddieOlSkool View Post
Hoped the title got some attention. This is meant to be a positive thread. But to me, there are some places so beautiful, I wouldn't mind spending my last years there. Ideally, if I could choose where I die based on geographical location, the following would suffice (no particular order)

The south and eastern shores of Lake Michigan (and areas nearby): this place just makes me feel calm and at ease. Yes winters are bad but snowmobiles are awesome as is the gorgeous scenery

Central Pennsylvania, Eastern Pennsylvania, and the Susquehanna Valley (basically the right half of the state): love mountains and also love the landscape.

The driftless area of Wisconsin: the rolling hills, beautiful summers, and amazing cliffs give this area a beautiful look.

Savannah/Charleston: gorgeous cities with nice climates and history

What about you?
You picked some great areas........ For me, the Carolinas, Western 2/3's of VA, Central/Western PA, upstate NY, Central FL.
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