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Old 02-22-2010, 09:48 AM
 
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butterfly57 how are you liking it up there? are you getting usedtoo it any better?
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Old 02-22-2010, 04:16 PM
 
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Honestly? Yes, I'm getting used to it. No, I'm not really liking it any better. LOL The snow, while very beautiful to watch coming down and fun to play in, is getting old! We've gotten hit pretty hard in our neck of the woods and I'm so tired of being snowed in and home bound (I'm a wimp when it comes to driving in it. I can blame 20 years in the South for doing that to me!). I realize back in NC they've gotten hit with some snow, so this is definitely an unusual winter and they have also gotten torrential rain fall, which isn't any fun either. But, I guess I'm still homesick plain and simple. I really would prefer to move closer to the ocean and a bit warmer climate, but right now I'll deal with the cards I've been dealt. Sorry I can't deliver more positive news, but then again, it's probably just me & you may absolutely love it!
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Old 02-23-2010, 09:09 AM
 
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Hi Sicofflorida - I was born on Long Island (Rockville Centre) and grew up in NJ. We have been in the Lehigh Valley for the past 10 years and really love it. It is a very beautiful area that is not too congested yet is centrally located to NYC and Philly. There are so many transplants here from all over, and particularly NY and NJ and FL, that you would certainly have no trouble fitting in. I like the fact that there is still lots of open land if you just drive 10 minutes or so and yet there are all the stores you could possibly want -- -Lowes, Walmart, Target, and the awesome grocery store Wegman's. When are you planning to visit/move? The spring weather should be here soon I hope!
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Old 03-04-2010, 05:44 PM
 
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Thanks, We are looking to visit in the sping.Glad to hear you like it so much. What areas would you recomment for 200k? Thanks for your input and anything else you can add....Because im sick of florida......
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