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Old 05-20-2007, 02:34 AM
 
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Hi, Greetings to all

After living in Maine for the past 20 years, (which I did love- Beautiful) I moved back to So. CA. in Dec to help out my best friend and to leave the 6 months of winter behind. Now that I know my friend will be fine, I do not want to be here!!! There is so much congestion and life is way too fast! I am attracted to either Manitou Springs, CO or Louisville, KY. I do have a friend that lives in Louisville about 6 mos. out of the year and the other 6 mos. here in San Diego. He says that people are much friendlier in Louisville.

I would love to connect with some people from Louisville to chat with so that I can get a feel about the people there.

I am a very outgoing, positive, person. I love to walk and appreciate the beauty of nature. Any responses would be appreciated.

Thank You, Have a great day
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Old 05-20-2007, 07:34 AM
 
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Kara this is a great place if you love nature and fairly mild winters. I am a nature lover as well and there are tons of places around here to see it. Why don't you come for a visit and see what you think?
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Old 05-20-2007, 01:05 PM
 
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Thank you so much for your reply. I am hoping to visit within the next couple of months.
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Old 05-20-2007, 01:14 PM
 
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Manitou Springs vs. Louisvile? Wow, you probably couldn't have picked two more different cities. Just out of curiosity, why Manitou Springs?

Louisville is politically and culturally similar to Denver in many ways. Of course, you don't the mountains--as you do in Colorado. Manitou Springs is kind of a tiny hippie town close to Colorado Springs (of all places! ).

Have you thought about Denver and Colorado Springs? I guess it depends on what you're looking for, really, in a city.

Louisville is a great city, too, and it's just a really nice place to live. If it were me I would definitely stay away from Manitou Springs. But I would consider Denver and Colorado Springs, too (although, they are both VERY different from liberal, hippie-ish Manitou springs).
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Old 05-20-2007, 03:26 PM
 
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Hi, Greetings to all

After living in Maine for the past 20 years, (which I did love- Beautiful) I moved back to So. CA. in Dec to help out my best friend and to leave the 6 months of winter behind. Now that I know my friend will be fine, I do not want to be here!!! There is so much congestion and life is way too fast! I am attracted to either Manitou Springs, CO or Louisville, KY. I do have a friend that lives in Louisville about 6 mos. out of the year and the other 6 mos. here in San Diego. He says that people are much friendlier in Louisville.

I would love to connect with some people from Louisville to chat with so that I can get a feel about the people there.

I am a very outgoing, positive, person. I love to walk and appreciate the beauty of nature. Any responses would be appreciated.

Thank You, Have a great day
There is a website called www.louisvillemojo.com. Honestly, it is a bit of a "meat market" and can almost act like a dating site, so you have to be careful. However, there are a few intelligent people on there. The people on that site are by no means representative of the city by the way!

Other than that, I like the forums at www.louisvillehotbytes.com It is very active, and the people are highly intelligent and knowledgable. It is a foodie website, but they have a forum for other Louisville related issues. Try posting there and chatting up some locals!
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