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Old 05-12-2016, 06:18 AM
Location: Bella Vista, Ark
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Originally Posted by connectwilliamblake View Post
Palo Alto CA
Palo Alto, you can't be serious. Of course like just mentioned, I really doubt the OP cares what anyone is saying, the thread is 8 years old.
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Old 05-24-2016, 08:24 PM
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Lake county is in northern cali.A beautiful county.Kelseyville,middletown,cobb mnt,lucerne,nice,clearlake,lakeport,hidden vlly
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Old 05-28-2016, 06:55 PM
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Originally Posted by brocksmom View Post
We are wanting to move to california but are just not sure where to begin the search. We would love to live in a country type setting like a lot of trees, maybe some mountains and still enjoy the mild weather. we would not mind a little snow as long as it's not like New England snow and temps. We want great school system and very nice community with mortgage under 400,000. I'm a nurse, husband is a master mechanic so we can pretty much find work anywhere. If possible no more than 3 hours from San Diego. Any ideas would be great. Remember, NO flat dessert type areas for us. We want to see a lot of green. Thanks in advance.
What ever you do, do not move to Shasta County or anywhere north of Sacramento. Shasta County is the dumping ground for those getting out of prison and the crime is bad here. Most people have little education up here and many are on welfare. The San Diego area is a better choice.

If you really want friendly, down home country living move to the south east U.S.
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