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Old 02-24-2014, 09:16 PM
 
Location: Florida
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You must spread the reputation around before giving it Tweedle again
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Old 02-24-2014, 11:04 PM
 
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You must spread the reputation around before giving it Tweedle again
What do you mean by this?
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Old 02-24-2014, 11:56 PM
 
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If I could afford it, and had to move to SoCal, I would probably choose the Orange County area. I like the more conservative community they have, seems like it would be a good place to raise a family. Though I am not at that stage in my life yet. I also like a lot of the smaller coastal towns between LA and San Diego, though I'm a city slicker and would probably get bored there.
I love Orange County because of it's climate and beautiful surroundings, but in general much more expensive than many of the places in the L.A. County area. Even though you are a city slicker, you won't get bored anywhere here in Californa, I am pretty sure. There is so much to see and experience in relatively short distance of each other, which ever direction you choose to go. At least that's my opinion. There are "conservative" pockets dotted throughout California. I live in one of those pockets in the inner region. Most of the areas away from L.A. County can be considered "conservative," and then again sometimes the liberal and conservative overlap. Many here are just too busy making a living and enjoying life to be bothered with politics, which of course is a shame. Like Bill O'reilly said a few days ago "California has everything, but Sacramento keeps the people captive." People just want to be left alone and enjoy life.
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Old 02-25-2014, 01:20 AM
 
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What do you mean by this?
Never mind. I just caught on what you meant. Nah, don't care for merit points or reputation points. But thank you for the suggestion.
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Old 02-25-2014, 06:01 PM
 
Location: Florida
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A realtor in Redlands sent me listings from the following towns/cities. Would you all please comment on them?

Yucaipa area
Redlands
Banning
Corona
Moreno Valley


We work from home although we ( my Wife and I ) ship almost 5 days a week and use the post office to do so. So traffic shouldn't be an issue except on occasion unless of course there's always traffic

We've gotten feedback on Redlands which is why I started a search which led to the realtor sending listings based on the criteria I gave her. What say you?
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Old 02-25-2014, 09:02 PM
 
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A realtor in Redlands sent me listings from the following towns/cities. Would you all please comment on them?

Yucaipa area
Redlands
Banning
Corona
Moreno Valley


We work from home although we ( my Wife and I ) ship almost 5 days a week and use the post office to do so. So traffic shouldn't be an issue except on occasion unless of course there's always traffic

We've gotten feedback on Redlands which is why I started a search which led to the realtor sending listings based on the criteria I gave her. What say you?
I can agree with this list. Yucaipa has beautiful surroundings and in many places country like. There are apple, cherry, and orange orchards. Oak Glen which is nearby and is known for its apples. Oak Glen Home I think you might be able to get a bigger chunk of property and house in Yucaipa than let's say in Redlands. Redland is also very pretty though.

You want to hear something funny. After my husband and I retired we took trips throughout California to relocate. There were so many desirable areas we looked at and could move to, but in the end we couldn't make up our mind. There were just too many options. So we decided to stay where we are at now.
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Old 02-25-2014, 09:27 PM
 
Location: Florida
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That Oak Tree Village looks neat as heck. Must get cold there to grow apples?
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Old 02-26-2014, 01:03 AM
 
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That Oak Tree Village looks neat as heck. Must get cold there to grow apples?
Cold only in the winter, but not miserable cold. At least that is the way it was the times we went up there to go to enjoy the snow.
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Old 02-26-2014, 08:47 AM
 
Location: So Ca
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A realtor in Redlands sent me listings from the following towns/cities. Would you all please comment on them?
A completely different kind of person lives in Redlands vs say, Banning. You really do need to visit. However, it sounds as if your top priority, if you move, should be easy access to medical care. As another poster mentioned, it isn't the mileage, it's the traffic, and you don't want to be stuck in it during an emergency.
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Old 03-04-2014, 04:21 PM
 
Location: Florida
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A completely different kind of person lives in Redlands vs say, Banning. You really do need to visit. However, it sounds as if your top priority, if you move, should be easy access to medical care. As another poster mentioned, it isn't the mileage, it's the traffic, and you don't want to be stuck in it during an emergency.

I understand. I'm an east coast of Fla type but feel marooned on the west coast.

Far as the medical care and being in close proximity, close to my regular scheduled care yes which is not necessarily close to the local cardiac center. Now the latter would be a good thing too
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