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Florida probably. The prices for housing is too attractive there and...i like hot weather and ocean nearby.
The changing weather patterns are making this a difficult decision. I think I may have to change continents!
Whatever, the new state next to the Ocean will be. I love it here. A
San Diego, CA
That's hard. I've given some thought to moving to Arizona because of the climate and my arthritis.
I would move to Hawaii because they do not have any snacks. Plus it is beautiful year round.
Ocala Florida. Beautiful horse country.
Good morning Karen. Love the seasons, so will stay right where I am, but if I want a dose of warmer weather, we can just hop a plane.
Make it a great week!
Is Kauai an option still?
Well, I live in SoCal and i hope, it will not change. But if and when i move, I'd like to live in Maui.
I used to live in California. I think the economy fell into the ocean. I love northern Indiana.
I would move to Alaska. Then I could be Alaska Bob 2.
Karen - That's funny because I would probably move to California if I could afford it. I say that because I would have to live close enough to the ocean to see it from my home.
I am not a fan of cold weather, and haven't really seen much of the Midwest.
I would have to move to another area with high beautiful mountains...or maybe the coast if that was still around. Of course if that big earthquake hits and California falls into the ocean...then I'm fairly close to the coast at the point.
I'm where I want to be now, I just moved here in February to be close to my grandson who was born in June, he's almost five months old now.
South like to the Gulf where it never snows.
Say it’s not so.
If it fit in with our overall family plan I would love to move back to California. Other than California, I guess I would stay here in Colorado. No other state is tempting.
I think North Carolina is a nice state and I also like Northern Florida.
We're in Arizona - so I might have to move westward for a beach front property!
Oh this is a FUN question, Karen! I can't pick just one place but Sedona (Arizona) would be at or near the top for me. If I can't have Kauai and this gorgeous Pacific Ocean I can enjoy the high dessert, red rocks and lots of hiking there.
I've been checking out Ashville, NC. I'm hearing it called "the Portland of the east". It's pretty much surrounded by mountains and gorgeous this time of year.
I would consider any place that has the four seasons. As to CA going bye-bye ala drowning, all those taxes finally weighed everything down to the deeps
I would head to Florida. Almost ready to go.
As luck would have it, I am already in two locations, California and Hawaii. If one fell into the ocean, I'd be in the other one and already established. And, no, I wouldn't consider any other state; seen most of them, lived in some, liked something about all of them, but wouldn't move there. It's all about THIS part of the ocean.
I love where I live, but if I HAD to move, I'd try to find some place similar... like, maybe, Eastern Oregon (Bend area). I would consider buying a 2nd home in Arizona but I would not want to live there year around.
Tennesee, not too far, similar climate etc. But I won't every move. I was born her and I'll die here. I will travel more, but I will always come home.
What do you mean say....(just kidding)
I been researching Tennessee, Nashville or Clarksville.
If California falls into the ocean, I will try to convince the folks from Toronto to move their city to where California was and I would be happy to move with them.
HI , or maybe...texas. HI is not friendly to main landers (i lived there, i know)
Ohio, Pennsylvania or around there, somewhere with lots of trees and green.
We are thinking Florida or North Carolina.
Funny, I was thinking of California, but I guess that's not available. Hawaii might be nice, but I'd prob. end up somewhere closer like Florida or North Carolina.