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To: bc2
At first I couldn't comprehend living anywhere but the East coast, with an emphasis on "coast". So last spring, I started ordering those state tourist publicity magazines. I have to say, I could move to Idaho.
Most of the western states on the list have spectacular vistas, and land is still relatively cheap compared to anywhere else.
Okay, I'd still prefer New Hampshire over any other FSP state, but I now could mentally make the move to the West...except Alaska. I'm just too urban for that kind of wilderness.
40 posted on 09/24/2003 8:47:08 PM PDT by Katya
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I wish them the best of luck. It will be interesting. It might even be a nice place to visit.
41 posted on 09/24/2003 8:50:36 PM PDT by Chemist_Geek ("Drill, R&D, and conserve" should be our watchwords! Energy independence for America!)
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To: Katya
It would be better to choose two states: one in the east, and one in the west. Wyoming would be best in the west and perhaps Vermont would be best in the East, because of it's liberal carry laws and lack of crime.

It's important to choose soon, so as to give people time to move. And it's important to choose two states so folks can be a drive away from their hometowns.

I don't know about Delaware, though. Isn't there a lot of crime there compared to Vermont or New Hampshire?

45 posted on 09/24/2003 9:18:45 PM PDT by Concentrate
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To: Katya
I am actually looking forward to a move, and some adventure out west will suit me just fine. As much as I want NH to win, I won't be upset if a western State takes it.

I am looking forward to leaving the overly populated East, and moving out of an urban area back into a rural setting.

But, I am young, and my father said he would follow me to NH but probably not WY or ID.

We shall see!
46 posted on 09/25/2003 10:47:37 AM PDT by bc2 (http://www.thinkforyourself.us)
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