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Old 08-17-2006, 07:38 AM
Location: Kennett Square, PA
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Hi, Everyone!

Although I was born and raised in SE PA, I don't know much about living in other parts of the state. I'm 13 miles outside of Philly and have decided that when my elderly parents pass on I'm Outta Here because I can't stand the humid summers. I could probably find part-time teaching work throughout the state.

I'm looking for a climate which is lower in humidity and temperatures. Snow is no problem; I actually like it, even lots of it. Any drier parts, cooler of the state where there are nice, single homes with public utilities? Thanks, Sandy from Wallingford, PA
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