If you could live anywhere on the planet

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If you could live anywhere on the planet
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Fri, 08-15-2008 - 10:34am
and money wasn’t an object, which area would you choose?



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Registered: 09-05-2003
Fri, 08-15-2008 - 10:41am
I don't know if such a place actually exists but I'd like average temps in the high 70s, low humidity, and a view of the ocean!



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Sun, 08-17-2008 - 10:24pm
The mountains of West Virginia (but not during "snowy times"
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Mon, 08-18-2008 - 8:16am

Hmm... that's a really tough question. I could really live anywhere unless it's a war-torn country.

First choices would be locations in Europe or in Asia. I think I would enjoy living in Paris, Amsterdam, Rome or Madrid. Singapore and Bali for sure, too.













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Mon, 08-18-2008 - 11:49am
I've never seen Rome, Madrid or Bali but I could easily see Amsterdam and Singapore as candidates. Asia would be high on my list, I think!



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Mon, 08-18-2008 - 12:24pm

I've always loved everything about Scotland. Not that I've ever actually been there, but maybe someday! Realistically we would love to move back to northwest Montana, where we're from.

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Mon, 08-18-2008 - 2:00pm

AS long as I could not see my neighbors (and they were not nosy) and I had a change of seasons then pretty much anywhere is fine with me.

We only have 6 acres right now and that is just to close for my tastes. When we bought here there were not many acreage properties available - of course now (2 years later) there are. sigh! When we finish remodeling here then hopefully we can sell this and get a larger piece of property.



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Mon, 08-18-2008 - 3:52pm
I like where I live now, but would love to live somewhere a little warmer.

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Mon, 08-18-2008 - 4:02pm
Scotland is lovely! But so is Montana! With unlimited $$$, you could shuttle between the two!



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Mon, 08-18-2008 - 4:03pm
Ah, the wide-open spaces! A true Girl of the Golden West, I see!



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Mon, 08-18-2008 - 4:04pm
Year round warmth isn't that easy to find, in my experience. one either gets the odd unexpected wintery spell or summers are unbearably hot...



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