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Old 07-04-2007, 12:47 PM
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Hey all,
First time posting on here...
I am seriously thinking about moving to the Warner-Robins area. I am currently working in Qatar as a contractor, and when I come home I want to move south from MN. I am a bit concerned there won't be much for me to do there.
Can anyone tell me how they feel the quality of life would be for a 26 year-old, single guy?
I like to kayak, fish, play golf, go to the beach, and BBQ. I also appreciate a place with a decent nightlife. I know with a pop of around 50K, the nightlife may leave a bit to be desired.
The reason I am looking at the area is that I have a good line on work, and the housing is incredibly reasonable.
Other possibilities for me include Savannah and Charleston or Columbia (SC). Any input would be greatly appreciated!
- mnishome
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Old 07-05-2007, 09:41 AM
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I don't know about that move. Warner-Robbins wouldn't be my first choice. I never cared much for that town. Don't know what attracts people to it. I'm all for living in a pretty rural southern town, but that's not what I think of when I think of Warner-Robbins. Savanah, Agusta, Athens, Rome, even North of Atlanta - I'd look at those areas before Warner Robbins. Just my 2 cents, FWIW.
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Old 07-05-2007, 06:42 PM
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Well, I wouldn’t be worried about moving to Warner Robins. Based on your interests, I think you would be fine. You would be able to play golf year round.

The nightlife would be a problem and you likely would have to go to Macon for that. But Macon is not far away.

If you get bored, Atlanta is less than two hours away.
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Old 07-10-2007, 12:15 PM
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Savannah hands down!

Great city. Not taking anything away from Warner Robbins but for a 26 yr. old single guy- you'd find much more to do in Savannah. Coastal area, which is great for hiking/kayaking/anything on the water and the nightlife is okay too.

You'd be in the plains area of GA in Warner Robbins- very flat/hot/rural.
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