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Old 11-19-2009, 08:45 AM
 
Location: Heidelberg, Germany
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Wow, thank you folks! Some good pointers already. Especially the state of NC, which I didn't have on the map until now but does look very nice from pics and what I have read on here. I am not sure about Texas, but have only been to San Antonio, I hear Austin is pretty cool, though. Not a big fan of Flagstaff. The surrounding area is nice but didn't like the town itself that much. Also a bit remote in the sense that there isn't a bigger city anywhere near. Prescott is pretty but not much going on for young folks I think. Tucson, hmmm, not sure. Would have to visit again. It's been a long time. I have been wanting to visit Santa Fee. Looks like a lovely place. Reno, not sure about living in a Casino town. But I read it is changing. California sure has nice places but most are propably too expensive for me (not a millionaire). I know that in the end it will have to be a compromise. NC looks nice despite the somewhat wetter and cooler climate and it might be a bit more difficult to afford an acre. On the other hand, it does seem to have a nice feel to it. Will have to visit. What do people think about Colorado?
Again, thanks for all the good pointers so far. Keep them coming, please.

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Old 11-23-2009, 08:42 PM
 
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How about Reno? It's near Lake Tahoe, not too far from San Francisco, the climate's moderate, the city's liberalish, and the town is not too small, but not too large, either.
I'm a native Renoite and Reno is not liberal by any means... I always new it was too conservative but now that I've lived in Vermont for 1 year, I can see just how conservative it is.
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Old 11-23-2009, 08:59 PM
 
Location: Huntington Beach, CA
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Temecula, California. The other wine country. Inexpensive by California Standards. Close enough to the ocean if you really need to go there. 2 season climate. Not sure about the large lots maybe on the outskirts.

Regarding deserts, You either love it or hate it. I never thought I would enjoy the desert until I actually spent time there.
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