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Old 10-13-2009, 09:19 PM
Location: 30-40N 90-100W
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Originally Posted by danielj72 View Post
New England has mature trees, beaches, good schools not too many bugs and some access to jobs (hard to find that one anywhere). However the northeast is expensive, and i wouldnt call their winters mild. The midwest is economically devastated
Last I checked the Midwest isn't any more devastated than New England. That may have changed a bit, but outside the Great Lakes the Midwest unemployment rate isn't too bad. (Missouri is apparently having problems) The Plains states are not so bad off, exempting Kansas, relatively speaking.

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Old 10-14-2009, 09:23 AM
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Thanks for your suggestions, I honestly never considered Richmond, VA before but I think it's somewhere to defintily check out. I have only been through there on trips elsewhere a few times but from what I remember it was a beautiful drive.

Although I love the New England area to visit I believe it's just too cold there for the hubby in the winter months. As we have tried living in the WNY area for roughly 5 years before the hubby just couldn't take the winters anymore.

Areas we have considered in the past but none of which made us go, yeay thats the place lets go there have been: The Carolina's, Tulsa, Austin and the Portland area.

Thanks Again Everyone

oh...AZLiam, we are currently in the NW area of Tucson, Continental Ranch to be more specific.
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Old 10-15-2009, 12:20 AM
Location: SE Kansas
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Lexington KY or Lawrence KS might be worth checking out. There are at least two large call centers in Lexington and Lawrence is close to Kansas City which probably has call centers. Both are pretty, reasonably affordable, and I don't recall any bug issues.
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Old 10-15-2009, 03:01 PM
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Maybe the Tidewater area of VA(VA Beach, Hampton, Norfolk, Newport News, Suffolk, Portsmouth, Chesapeake, etc.)
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