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Old 08-11-2014, 01:47 AM
 
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I'm from the northeast. I came down to SA a few days ago to visit family. We were driving along a 281 access road north of 1604 during rush hour when a car died, quickly causing traffic to back up. After a few minutes, three guys hopped out of a truck and pushed the dead car across three lanes of traffic and into a parking lot, with people in the other lanes backing up to make room for them. You would never see this in the northeast. People would just honk incessantly and do anything possible to cut their way to the front of the line to get around the dead car. I'm still marveling.
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Old 08-11-2014, 06:15 AM
 
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I'm from the northeast. I came down to SA a few days ago to visit family. We were driving along a 281 access road north of 1604 during rush hour when a car died, quickly causing traffic to back up. After a few minutes, three guys hopped out of a truck and pushed the dead car across three lanes of traffic and into a parking lot, with people in the other lanes backing up to make room for them. You would never see this in the northeast. People would just honk incessantly and do anything possible to cut their way to the front of the line to get around the dead car. I'm still marveling.
I'm still smilin'! What a great experience...pass it on! Nice post to wake up to....

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Old 08-11-2014, 10:36 PM
 
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[URL="http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local/article/San-Antonio-among-friendliest-cities-5667644.php#photo-6284359"]San Antonio touted among friendliest cities in the U.S. - San Antonio Express-News[/URL]
I've heard this from people before. That San Antonio is a friendly and welcoming city. I've been looking at San Antonio as a possible new home. I'm having to leave CO because of respiratory issues, altitude and air quality due to all the fires and dry dust in the air. Every fire west of CO sends it's smoke in that direction. I went through a few years of life threatening asthma attacks and have been forced to leave. I need a warmer, lower altitude and more humid environment and San Antonio seems so nice from all I've seen so far. What can you tell me about air quality throughout the year?
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