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Where would you move if you could?

My family and I packed up a few years ago and drove away from the normal city life and moved to Vail. I don't see us ever going back to the "real world". Living on vacation is nice. We are debating on moving again in a year or so when our son can drive. Love the place but there are lots of places to see......

Do you guys/ladies have any ideal places you would move given the opportunity? Why there?
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post #2 of 105 (permalink) Old 03-27-2014, 08:00 PM
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Thats awesome man. Im doing the same thing on a larger scale later this year.
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I wish that we could have moved to a foreign country for a few years while the kids were in their teens. Maybe Chile/Andes, New Zealand, Himalayas
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Terrace, BC or Alaska.
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If it weren't for the generally douchey population and lack of jobs, kelowna. Used to live there, heaps to do all year round.
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in the '00s we almost packed up for New Zealand, thought we'de go to a resort and live in a hobbit house, seems we weren't the only ones to have that idea! just never quite happened. since then we've decided to stay in Whitefish til we die, it's got everything we love. but, seriously thinking of an apartment or condo in Paris to use in summer and sublet, because we love Paris, and it's fuckin Paris!
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I just had to make this decision 45 days ago... move wherever I wanted. Was living/raised in Tampa, FSU grad. Chose Denver, best decision I've made in life this far. 24 y/o
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Ay men, moved with my family to a pristine wilderness last year. Absolutely loving being away from the city and it has made our daily life so much nicer.

Better air, better water, nicer views, no traffic, everyone here is chilled out.

I live in the North of Kyoto prefecture by the way.

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Moved to savannah for 8 years and loved it moved to DC last year and I hate it. So I am off again to Tacoma, WA area in a couple of months. I only plan on living there for a couple of years then maybe head to Alaska cause fly fishing there is unreal.
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If jobs etc. aren't a consideration Jackson Hole for me. Hands down one of the most beautiful place in the US, tons to do all year long, snow and epic riding in winter. I mean I'm floored every time I go there and I haven't even gotten to snowboard there. Just a beautiful laid back town. Prettier and more interesting than Vail without the crowds IMO. I mean it's the most photographed range, part of Yellowstone (basically), surrounded by wildlife, and yet has an awesomely fun town.
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