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Where should I move next?

View Poll Results: Where should I move next?
Couer d'Alene, Idaho 4 10.26%
Bellingham, Washington 7 17.95%
Colorado Springs, Colorado 20 51.28%
Calais, Maine 3 7.69%
Bandon, Oregon 5 12.82%
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04-04-2013, 12:46 AM
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Where should I move next?

Help. Can't decide. Also I'm unoriginal


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I voted Bellingham because it's the only one I've been to, and I dislike things that are unfamiliar to me.

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I voted Bellingham because it's the only one I've been to, and I dislike things that are unfamiliar to me.

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Do you have to move?
Yup. I've lived all over. Back home in Massachusetts and it blows + I'm sick of it/people.

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Hello Cory Trevor. Other than your clear love for the wonderous program that is TBP, what do you like?

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Brockton, Massachussetts: 46.7% White

Couer d'Alene, Idaho: 95.80% White
Bellingham, Washington: 84.9% White
Colorado Springs, Colorado: 78.8% White
Calais, Maine: 95.5% White
Bandon, Oregon: 92.6% White

Have fun with the culture shock!

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Hello Cory Trevor. Other than your clear love for the wonderous program that is TBP, what do you like?
Golf
Hockey
Aesthetically pleasing landscape
Wide-open spaces
Cheap Real Estate
Pizza
Football
Futbol
Good Beer
Skiing
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Home Improvement(the act, not the TV Show)

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Brockton, Massachussetts: 46.7% White

Couer d'Alene, Idaho: 95.80% White
Bellingham, Washington: 84.9% White
Colorado Springs, Colorado: 78.8% White
Calais, Maine: 95.5% White
Bandon, Oregon: 92.6% White

Have fun with the culture shock!
hahaha, I've lived in Idaho and Utah, I can handle it. Just have to laugh off the close-mindedness.

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Golf
Hockey
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Football
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Good Beer
Skiing
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I would not recommend Phoenix, Arizona.

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Bellingham is actually quite nice.

Its quaint. Has lots of wilderness close by.

Its a university town so is a pretty happening place.

You are 1 hour away from both Vancouver and Seattle.

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Bellingham is actually quite nice.

Its quaint. Has lots of wilderness close by.

Its a university town so is a pretty happening place.

You are 1 hour away from both Vancouver and Seattle.
I have a few friends that went to college there. They said they loved it. Plus being that close to the mountains is pretty great, especially when you have options like that for flights. Plus a fair share of hockey. I like B.C. too...

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Skiing
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Home Improvement(the act, not the TV Show)
If you don't mind the rain I'd go with Bellingham. Colorado Springs runner up.

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Voted for Bellingham but that's because I live close by. Nice place though. Close to 2 big cities which is nice.

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I would suggest Bellingham too, 1.5 hours away from Seattle and hour away from Vancouver.

For Skiing you have one of the snowiest mountains on earth right beside you in Mt.Baker. The choice of snow is awesome as within a three hour distance you have the Northern Cascades, Coastal Mountains and the Interior. Different type of powder for each mountain range.

For fishing you have the Fraser 30 minutes away which has the largest Sockeye Salmon run outside of Alaska. Can even try and catch a Sturgeon which is the largest freshwater fish in North America.

Though be prepared to get your stores filled with Canadians. There everywhere shopping, some stores have more Canadian license plates than American.

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I would suggest Bellingham too, 1.5 hours away from Seattle and hour away from Vancouver.

For Skiing you have one of the snowiest mountains on earth right beside you in Mt.Baker. The choice of snow is awesome as within a three hour distance you have the Northern Cascades, Coastal Mountains and the Interior. Different type of powder for each mountain range.

For fishing you have the Fraser 30 minutes away which has the largest Sockeye Salmon run outside of Alaska. Can even try and catch a Sturgeon which is the largest freshwater fish in North America.

Though be prepared to get your stores filled with Canadians. There everywhere shopping, some stores have more Canadian license plates than American.

I like these options. I've also heard there's excellent and beautiful golf courses there, which is a draw for me. I'm looking into the weather now.

And I'm ok with alot of Canadians. Anyone to talk hockey with is fine by me

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Move to London.
Not a fan. Too many people. If I could anywhere in the UK it would be Scotland or Ireland anyways though even though my girlfriend EE.UU., not an option at this point.

I've heard Bellingham can have high and the job market isn't that good. Coupled with high housing costs it doesn't seem like an idea solution however I'm still keeping my options open.

Anyone have some information about Spokane?

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