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You made it, you have all the money in the world or all you want. Where in the world would you most like to live or call home?
  • Profile picture of the author CDarklock
    Originally Posted by Scott Ames View Post

    Where in the world would you most like to live or call home?
    I haven't been back to the UK in over thirty years...

    Because I don't think I could bring myself to leave it again.
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  • Profile picture of the author Lawrh
    No permanent location. To me, one of the meanings of financial security is not being restricted to one place. For some, building a home, breeding and waiting to die is paradise. For others it's hell. There is so much to see and do on this planet and I want to see and do it.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kurt
      Originally Posted by Lawrh View Post

      No permanent location. To me, one of the meanings of financial security is not being restricted to one place. For some, building a home, breeding and waiting to die is paradise. For others it's hell. There is so much to see and do on this planet and I want to see and do it.
      Be thankful your parents felt this way.
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      • Profile picture of the author Lawrh
        Originally Posted by Kurt View Post

        Be thankful your parents felt this way.
        They didn't. Once my brother and I grew up and moved out they sold the house and went on a year long RV trip. Then they lived in several different places in BC until my mother passed away. Since then my father (turned 80 last April) has lived all over. He has a weak ticker now and has settled down in Comox.

        My father was a Chief Engineer in the Navy and was often gone. When he retired he said he'd never leave mom alone again. You can't travel the world on a Navy pension, but they did fine with Canada and the U.S.

        Maybe I inherited my desire to see the world. If so, I'm glad.
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        • Profile picture of the author KenThompson
          Originally Posted by Lawrh View Post

          Maybe I inherited my desire to see the world. If so, I'm glad.

          Do it, Lawrence. You won't regret it. I saw about 13 countries, I think,
          while I was in Germany stationed there in the military.

          I saw so many cool things, and when I left there to come home I was
          depressed for quite a while. I didn't want to come home. I was invited
          to go back to Germany, the following year after returning to the states,
          by a young lady I had met in Switzerland. Sometimes I wish I would have
          done it.

          But that's life. I'll return there within several years - that's my promise
          to me.
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  • Profile picture of the author KenThompson
    Here's one place I would live for part of the year. Been to this
    place about half a dozen times. It's beautiful.

    garmisch-partenkirchen - Google Search

    I've thought about getting a chateaux in France. Or somewhere in
    the Black Forest region, near Frieburg Germany. Nice area.

    This place is unbelievably beautiful, too. Near the Eiger Mountain in
    Switzerland. There's a small town close to it. The sky is the bluest
    sky I've ever seen in my life. The air is the cleanest I've ever breathed.

    The train runs through mountains, and you can look out the windows
    and see clouds.

    http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/image...iger_pa203.jpg

    Quite a few places in Europe I would have residences and live part time.
    I've never been to England, Scotland, or Ireland. But I would like to, one
    day.
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    • Profile picture of the author CDarklock
      Originally Posted by KenThompson View Post

      Near the Eiger Mountain in
      Switzerland. There's a small town close to it. The sky is the bluest
      sky I've ever seen in my life.
      I've found the sky gets deeper and clearer blue as you head north.

      So I'd suggest you take a trip to Norway. The sky is amazing.

      Of course, the sunsets don't rival New Mexico... but what does?
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      • Profile picture of the author KenThompson
        Originally Posted by CDarklock View Post

        I've found the sky gets deeper and clearer blue as you head north.

        So I'd suggest you take a trip to Norway. The sky is amazing.

        Of course, the sunsets don't rival New Mexico... but what does?
        I've been to Norway and all the Scandinavian countries, also up above
        the Arctic circle a bit. Went to Narvik, Norway - way the hell up there,
        and then all the way down through Oslo and other places.

        Narvik is a small town. On my first Saturday night there, I was on the
        main drag, the only drag, and apparently the 'thing' to do, at that time
        at least, was to do the American Graffiti movie thing and cruise up and
        down in their restored American cars from the 50s and 60s. Strangest
        thing I ever saw only because it was totally unexpected. lol

        So I just sat there for a few hours watching dozens of these old American
        cars cruising up and down the main drag. I was partying, don't ask, and
        just watching it all. It was great.
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    • Profile picture of the author Scott Ames
      Originally Posted by KenThompson View Post

      Here's one place I would live for part of the year. Been to this
      place about half a dozen times. It's beautiful.

      garmisch-partenkirchen - Google Search
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      My dad served there in WWII, cool.
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  • Profile picture of the author Danny_C
    If I were retired, I'd just spend most of my time travelling. But I'd always end up right back here in New Mexico. Something about this place...
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    • Profile picture of the author Kappadona
      I'd go to Brazil. I visited the place 2 years ago and just loved it. The weather, the women, the dancing it was too much.
      I don't even speak Portuguese but if I did I can't imagine anything else that would have been better if I did.
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  • Profile picture of the author CianMcCarthy
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    I live by the sea, and wouldn't swap it for anything.

    Was in Switzerland for 2 weeks last summer and it was so claustrophobic
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  • Profile picture of the author davewebsmith
    Hi all,

    Interesting topic .. Given the financial resources I'd share my time between my

    1) PentHouse in Manhattan or On the Avenues of America
    2) My holiday pad in the Maldives
    3) My private ranch in Dallas
    4) My Ski Resort in Vermont
    5) My mansion in sunny London (heehee)
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  • Profile picture of the author seepia30
    For me it would be Australia or Hawaii. I love beaches and warm climate.
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    • Profile picture of the author ThomM
      I'd stay living where I am now.
      But I'd do a lot more traveling on the bike in the summer.
      After a couple of rides to Fl. I've been itching to ride cross country.
      6 months on the rode riding and in the winter planning the next summer's ride sounds like a good plan to me.
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  • Profile picture of the author EthanDenney
    I think probably keep Miami as the center of operations and then travel everywhere!
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  • Profile picture of the author JustinDupre
    Bangkok, Thailand. Its a paradise!
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  • Profile picture of the author DBracey
    If I could live anywhere at all it would be...Pandora. I take it fictional worlds count?
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    Fictional worlds totally count! Pandora for sure
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  • Profile picture of the author Don Brigante
    Right now I am in South East Asia. But I love Paris, France!
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  • Profile picture of the author Kurt
    This time of year, right where I'm at. I LOVE spring time in the Rockies!

    Everything is green, mountain flowers blooming...The wild life is out with little ones...Bears sniffing in my windows, streams full with spring snow melt. temps in the 70s.

    Aks me again in a few months when it's starts snowing again and I have cabin fever. But for now...
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  • Profile picture of the author tonyaphx
    San Diego, California a house on the beach is my dream place to live hopefully someday it will happen
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    • Profile picture of the author Leedir
      This question had me thinking. There are many places I would love to live. But I guess instead of settling permanently in one place I would like to live in different places - by the seashore, on the mountains, New York City. Guess the idea is to LIVE and not just exist!
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      • Profile picture of the author Ron Kerr
        Don't be too concerned with views, as they become stale after a while, no matter how good.

        To back this up, I have searched for some we photos of where I lived from 1971-1975. This is the kind of view we had when looking out the front of our house, except for a road that ran between the house and the cliffs.





        Nice isn't it, but it didn't make it the greatest place in the world although it certainly had good points and still does.

        My point is that many factors go into making a place great to live and you should check out things such as the people, the economy, the laws and all those things that influence our lives on a daily basis.
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        • Profile picture of the author Core Freedom
          I agree with Ron. Having grown up and lived in Switzerland, England and in Marin County for the last 20+ years I can tell you that the state of the economy and the people make a huge difference in all of this. I have been everywhere in Europe, Greece, Canada, Hawaii and all over the world, and there are lots of great places.

          Over the years I've come to learn that just because a place looks pretty doesn't make it the best place for me to be. Today I use Astro Cartography and Astro Locality to guide my moves. I didn't always and paid dearly for it. And now that I have a trusted astrologer on my advisory team life has become a breeze.

          My ideal place supports me financially, romantically and in every other way (planetary that is).
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          • Profile picture of the author thunderbird
            Originally Posted by Abundance-University View Post

            <snip>Today I use Astro Cartography and Astro Locality to guide my moves. <snip>
            Yeah, me too. Doesn't everybody?

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  • Profile picture of the author ammjanifar
    i want to live near mountains, and a small river should be there,, and rainy season...
    in short DREAMLAND
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  • Profile picture of the author Memberhere23094
    I'd probably live in an apartment temporarily and then possibly like a middle class house. That's a good question. And the state likely wouldn't likely be all that important to me.
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  • Profile picture of the author Pauline60
    I'm not sure that I would want to live in one place all the time if I had a choice. No matter where I have lived I have never felt at home even when I was a child.

    So if money was no object then I would have homes in Northumberland, The Cotswolds, Clare,Galway,Dublin, New England and Tuscany. I would quite like to stay in a lighthouse occasionally too.
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  • Profile picture of the author DotComBum
    I want to live in China, low cost of living and many different climates are some of the reasons.
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  • Originally Posted by Scott Ames View Post

    You made it, you have all the money in the world or all you want. Where in the world would you most like to live or call home?
    hi, i would love to live on luxury yachet and travel the carribean and find some beautiful island and relax and enjoy the scenery. Or just travel the world visiting all the exotic places icould find.
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  • Profile picture of the author yakolbaska
    as for me, I want to live in Santorini island! its a real paradise on earth!
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  • Profile picture of the author Gezawy
    I want to live on a tropical Island, anyone want to join
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      • Profile picture of the author RB Riddick
        Australia or New Zealand.

        Someday, when I can afford it, I would like to move to one of these places.
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  • Profile picture of the author link8
    Japan and Spain would be great =)

    Mostly because of their culture and food =)
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  • Profile picture of the author crazyken
    Hi Guys

    I think I'd like to have a number of homes, I love Majorca in Spain, nice friendly people, away from the "rat race", great beeches and a small enough island to get around in a day and has a warm, sunny climate for most of the year.

    My second home would be Toronto, it's a fantastic city and I'm a hockey fan too, though I'm not to keen on the winter snow.

    And occasionally I'd want to return home to the UK to remind myself of my nationality.

    OK, time to wake up and get back to work
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  • Profile picture of the author Pauline60
    My cousin lives in Ghana - rent free for 20 years.
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  • Profile picture of the author unknownpray
    Monaco. One of the richest places on Earth. It costs close to 1M to gain citizenship (I think it is half that to apply), and the properties there are worth more than the citizenship! The scenery is so beautiful there!
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeena
    I'd love to stay and live forever where I am now. Where we can do a lot more traveling on the bike. We've been planning to do some couple of ride at the closes coutries by bike. It's a great fun riding . . .
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  • Profile picture of the author alenyuli
    i wanna go to japan.. it's an unique country and the "heaven" of video games
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    • Profile picture of the author Kay King
      ...somewhere else
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  • Profile picture of the author Memberhere23094
    I'd choose to first transition to an apartment, and from there if I'd want to badly enough maybe at another stage in my life have something like a middle class house in a location of my choice.
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  • Profile picture of the author MarkAnderson
    Any place, keeps my feelings better.
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  • Profile picture of the author chetan.k
    beach side with my family .. so that after returning home i can have a beutiful view of the beautiful sea and spending time with my family
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  • Profile picture of the author Roy Manley
    Living is in your head. All beaches the world over are next to the sea but not always can you swim there. Personally I love the Gold Coast in OZ. India was great but too humid unless you are in the mountains. Canada I got badly bitten by mosquitos but I loved the shopping malls. Italy, Germany, France, Malta, Fiji, New Zealand all have good memories for me. Dr Martini says the world is is home as he constantly travels, speaking at about 400 Seminars a year. That is some schedule.
    Me, I like to travel and get to know the people in each country I visit.
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  • Profile picture of the author DaveHughes
    Definitely the Rockies. Been there, loved it, want to move there.

    I'd want to keep our place in Mississippi to visit the family, and to come back to when we start thinking we don't like the Rockies anymore. (About six hours back in MS during August would cure that lickety-split.)
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    • Profile picture of the author jlxsolutions
      Summmer i would stay in the lovely country i am in
      Winter travel around.
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      • Profile picture of the author Silas Hart
        I hope to move back to Okinawa Japan one day.
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      • Profile picture of the author JRCarson
        My wife and I are trying northern Italy at the moment. I love that internet marketing let's you choose!
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      • Profile picture of the author TK1
        I love that my wealth gives me the opportunity in live to live in several places all over the world and be financially able to travel all year long.
        Having a consulting job that's on autopilot gives me the freedom to do it, too (and of course all the investing of earned money).

        I have to say my favorite places are Bali, Italy, UK and US (could name hundreds of places lol).

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      • Profile picture of the author genius007
        For me, my homeland is best place. I love my country!
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  • Profile picture of the author NatureElf
    Great thread! I think I would chose a home on the California coast, maybe in Catalina. I would also like to have a home some where in Europe, either Slovenia, Croatia, Italy. And a home in Ireland.
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  • Profile picture of the author nigrilaforever
    Italy or Spain. Or better than all is to live on Tenerife island
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    • Profile picture of the author MyBuyTube
      I´m from Croatia and I would like to live AGAIN in Croatia..sea,Sun, beautiful women.. ))
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    • Profile picture of the author Richard Tunnah
      Originally Posted by nigrilaforever View Post

      Italy or Spain. Or better than all is to live on Tenerife island
      Whereabouts on Tenerife?

      Rich
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      • Profile picture of the author Richard Tunnah
        I'm living in one of the places I wanted to live although there are a few more places that I want to try in addition to where I am now.

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        • Profile picture of the author Alex Barboza
          Costa Rica or Punta Del Este, Uruguay. Two great places to live in
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  • Profile picture of the author alanmoore78
    We lived out in the country on an 8 acre farmette for a year. The rental fee was atrocious but I would absolutely buy a piece of land like that. Putting around on an old Farmall M with a 6-foot mower on the back was so therapeutic. It gave me something to look forward to every week. Then the roof began leaking and the landlady refuses to fix it. So we left, bought a house in a small town, and we're buying another the next town north of here before the end of the year. This house we're in now will become our office and base of operations and the one we're getting will be the "home" per se. In a few years we'll look for land and probably move that "home" over to it or if we clear enough cash we'll just build new.

    As far as where?

    Right here in Hill County will be fine. We're happy here. We're close enough to both Dallas and Austin to be useful for business, and close enough to nowhere to not have all the hassles of city life like traffic, rude people, and noise. Then again, walking to the grocery today for a couple of drinks I saw the same awful road rage and people being rude that I see an hour north of here in Dallas. Maybe we need to move further south? I don't know. We move too much further south and we're in hurricane season. We move north and it's tornadoes and snow. We move east and it's flooding. West and it's a desert. Maybe this is the right place to be.
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    West Coast of the South Island, New Zealand.

    Failing that, Sunshine Coast in Queensland would do.
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  • Profile picture of the author alica
    where there be peace and love all around, city and country doesn't matter for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author whyfrown
    i would want to live in Singapore!
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    I will move to Amsterdam one day..
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  • Profile picture of the author wentworth
    I'm currently residing at San jose California!
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  • Profile picture of the author amoro
    I want to live somewhere in Paris or Italy. I've been in Paris once and i really love the place.
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  • Profile picture of the author thunderbird
    Three places kind of go through my mind of where I'd like to live. South America maybe Uruguay, Southwest China, and Eastern Canada. My wife would not be not likely to go for it, except possibly China, so it's probably not going to happen.
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  • Profile picture of the author ivanadee
    My current home
    I always love travel
    but for a long term, I want to stay in My home ^_^
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    I wouldn't mind living in California.
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  • Profile picture of the author dagaul101
    The place in Australia where the best job in the world is located
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  • Profile picture of the author beamup
    I want to live somewhere I could see beautiful beaches and mountains...
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  • Profile picture of the author sarahberra
    We are actually planning on moving to Oregon in February! I am so excited. We are not rich, but we can basically live anywhere we want since I work from home.
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  • Profile picture of the author PeterDunin
    The Playboy mansion springs to mind for some reason!
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  • Profile picture of the author Miky006
    No permanent location. To me, one of the meanings of financial security is not being restricted to one place.
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  • Profile picture of the author mawahib
    I like to live in a yoga ashram in India. I will enjoy the serenity on the banks, because it will create an atmosphere of true spiritual sublimity that I could enjoy forever.
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  • Profile picture of the author John Rogers
    I've lived and travelled quite a few places. The strongest contender right now is southern Oregon, between Roseburg and Ashland. Moderate climate, green, not too much rain, and not too hot in the summer.
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    • Profile picture of the author glchandler
      I've lived and travelled quite a few places. The strongest contender right now is southern Oregon, between Roseburg and Ashland. Moderate climate, green, not too much rain, and not too hot in the summer.
      Funny!!! I moved to S. Oregon about four years ago to be near terminally ill member of wife's family and haven't been able to get out of here....YET!

      Lived in N.E. Cal about 5000 ft altitude for many years before that where it SNOWED!!!!! Way too much rain in Rogue Valley! I've been able to adapt to the larger population base, but this rain is way too much for this poor old snow bunny!

      Thinking about Boise Idaho region within a year---we'll see.
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      • Profile picture of the author John Rogers
        Originally Posted by glchandler View Post

        I've been able to adapt to the larger population base, but this rain is way too much for this poor old snow bunny!
        The western Washington town I'm in gets about 65 inches a year, so southern Oregon around the I-5 corridor is looking pretty good.
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        • Profile picture of the author glchandler
          The western Washington town I'm in gets about 65 inches a year, so southern Oregon around the I-5 corridor is looking pretty good.
          Yea...I know where you are at---my middle son lives in Oak Harbor so we travel close (well almost) to you about three times per year.

          Would go back to Lassen or Plumas County ANY time night or day if I could afford it!
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          • Profile picture of the author John Rogers
            Originally Posted by glchandler View Post

            Would go back to Lassen or Plumas County ANY time night or day if I could afford it!
            Dang, I missed this reply. When I was a kid we lived in Belden for awhile. It's on highway 70 between Oroville and Quincy. I rode a schoolbus to Quincy. My brother lived in Portola and Quincy for a long time as an adult. He's now back in Oroville for work.

            My best times growing up were in Belden. I fished and hiked constantly. It was a dead little community when I was there. I drove through there last year and see it has revived itself as a tourist trap.
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      Originally Posted by sarahberra View Post

      I would want to live in Oregon! I love the coast.
      I have family in Bandon and Eugene, Oregon is pretty nice!
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  • Profile picture of the author JDArchitecture
    Originally Posted by Scott Ames View Post

    You made it, you have all the money in the world or all you want. Where in the world would you most like to live or call home?
    After buying an oceanfront home in San Diego,... Hotels & guest cottages all around the world.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kangaroo777
    I Would like live on Gold Coast Australia
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  • Profile picture of the author pethanks
    If I have the money and time, I will live in a place where I can relax and enjoy with my family.
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    • Profile picture of the author HyunChard
      I recommend you to move to sunshine coast, imagine over 200 km of coastline with long, sandy beaches; untouched, natural forests rising into scenic mountains, dotted with picturesque hinterland and coastal towns, with a climate that encourages outdoor living all year round.
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  • Profile picture of the author rain21
    I wanna live at my home town
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  • Profile picture of the author alcymart
    I would have to answer right here where I am but a nicer home obviously...

    Take care,

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    • Profile picture of the author glchandler
      Took a drive this weekend...

      Found our dream house...

      Made down payment...

      Appointment with mental health tomorrow!!!!!!!

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  • Profile picture of the author arcadiasmith
    In a place where money is Free. No crimes, no calamities.. Damn i really hate calamities.
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  • Profile picture of the author dragonjee
    I would love to live in Paris.It's so beautiful.
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  • Profile picture of the author sarahberra
    I want to live in Oregon. We are moving in March! Yeah!! I am not making all the money in the world, but I am making enough to move anywhere I want.
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  • Profile picture of the author samkak
    ibiza....love that place
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  • Profile picture of the author twmaffun
    Originally Posted by Scott Ames View Post

    You made it, you have all the money in the world or all you want. Where in the world would you most like to live or call home?
    I want to live in Italia. It is very beautiful. I also like its climate and people.
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  • In a quiet place without nosy, noisy neighbors, where the temperature is cool but never really cold, away from busy thoroughfares but preferably within a kilometer or two of a supermarket, a shopping mall, a catholic church and a hospital, with access to high speed internet and cable tv.

    I would prefer a small house where everything is within easy reach. It would be so much easier to keep clean

    And I want it to have a rose garden and an herbary.
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  • Profile picture of the author Diver's
    in Johor Bahru, near my parents...that would be the best place.. i've been travelling for work for the past 6 years.. i should be home..
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  • Profile picture of the author Phoenyx
    I have two places I would like to live. One would be in the Japanese mountains surrounded by cherry blossoms, and the other would be in the rockies. Seclusion, peace, tranquility and most of all gorgeous scenery. I have something similar at the moment, although its not in the mountains, but I live about 2km from our own private community beach with panaromic beach view from my deck. (My house is built on the second floor)
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  • Profile picture of the author kharlhoffman
    Papua New Guinea ----> A very relaxing place and far from pollution.

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  • Profile picture of the author John Rogers
    My how the OT forum has changed. I don't see one reply about where to live based on pole shift/earth change.
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  • Profile picture of the author khanasrar67
    I would like to live in PARIS.
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    • Profile picture of the author glchandler
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      Would go back to Lassen or Plumas County ANY time night or day if I could afford it!

      Dang, I missed this reply. When I was a kid we lived in Belden for awhile. It's on highway 70 between Oroville and Quincy. I rode a schoolbus to Quincy. My brother lived in Portola and Quincy for a long time as an adult. He's now back in Oroville for work.

      My best times growing up were in Belden. I fished and hiked constantly. It was a dead little community when I was there. I drove through there last year and see it has revived itself as a tourist trap.
      Yea...just went down 70 from Reno to Chico a week or so ago. To me the entire area looks weird without log trucks, crummies and pickups full of chain saws as the fallers go home for the day!

      I remember something about you going to take your brand new jeep down there to get it scratched/gouged on some of the back roads?
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      • Profile picture of the author John Rogers
        Originally Posted by glchandler View Post

        I remember something about you going to take your brand new jeep down there to get it scratched/gouged on some of the back roads?
        Well, I only managed to get down there once to visit with my great aunt for a couple of days before she passed away. Thankfully I made it before she did. I did take the Jeep, but didn't have time to go play.

        Years ago, she and her husband had a mining claim in the middle of nowhere between Feather Falls and Little Grass Valley. My brother managed to get back in there with a Jeep, a chainsaw, and a winch late last summer. My goal is to get down there this year and make the same trip with him.
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  • Profile picture of the author Biggy Fat
    Top Five from least wanted (but still want a lot) to most wanted:

    5. Atlanta, Georgia.
    4. Valencia, California.
    3. Sandusky, Ohio.
    2. New York City, New York.
    1. Heaven, The Lord's Realm.
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  • Profile picture of the author JPRoss
    We took a family vacation to the Bahamas a couple years ago. I think I could live on that beach!
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  • Profile picture of the author shine1600
    A place where I do not have shovel snow,run away from tornadoes and all the calamities-Rest assured I will go with my dog "Ricky"
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  • Profile picture of the author warrenonline
    Mossel Bay (Southern Cape in South Africa)

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    • Profile picture of the author Phoenyx
      Originally Posted by waterprism View Post

      Mossel Bay (Southern Cape in South Africa)

      Mossel bay is awesome yes. I would go there, or to Plettenberg bay, and the transkei coastline like maybe Port St johns

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  • Profile picture of the author csrpj
    i want to live in different places throughout my life. definitely at some point i want to live in sydney, though.
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  • Profile picture of the author ago
    I want to live in HEAVEN and call it home
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  • Profile picture of the author raysdaves
    This is my dream to live on the beautiful heaven like Zurich the city of the switzerland.
    This is the one of the expensive sity in the world.
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  • Profile picture of the author seosuperstar2014
    I like to live in London, basically I am from India.
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  • Profile picture of the author kvnfrnk
    Germany, because it's far away from home, but not too far to still see my family, and I have some family there, and you can drive fast
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  • Profile picture of the author tocbeadz
    I want to live in "The City that never Sleeps"...New York!
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  • Profile picture of the author cupul89
    i want to buy warrior forum he2! and live in your home haha!
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  • Profile picture of the author ramboo
    i just want to live here,but in a new house.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sunnybeach7
    I would have a home here, likely in Pennsylvania, somewhere around where I am right now, along with a home somewhere in India which is my soul-mate's country of origin.

    I would like to spend time in both places... I like to live here, yet there are a lot of things in India I would like to see, plus a large amount of spiritual knowledge that can be obtained there.
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  • Profile picture of the author BudgetSEO
    Inside a computer, i want to be a microchip :p
    Core 2 Quad to be specific
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    If you need the ''cheapest'' quote, don't waste your time contacting me.
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  • Profile picture of the author OlgaH
    I would love to raise a family in San Diego or Sacramento. I've been to both places and they seem family friendly to me. Oh I wish. At the mean time im stuck in this sucky country.
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  • Profile picture of the author iuditg
    Happy in India but I wanna visit New zeland
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  • Profile picture of the author commonjoe
    During the Winter months in the northern hemisphere I would head to Central America. Then I would return to the Colorado Rockies during the summer.

    I grew up in Arkansas but the heat and chiggers drove me away.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jun Balona
    Akihabara, Japan..the technophile's paradise. Name it, they got it.
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  • Profile picture of the author BacklinkSeller
    INDONESIA is the Place i call home
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  • Profile picture of the author alanna548
    I like to live in Australia because I like its cool environment .I want to go Australia to get Its Nationality .
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  • Profile picture of the author kakucis
    I am from Europe and would like to live here, but I would be willing to get bigger house near by the sea or some other similar option!

    There is always chance for improvements!
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  • Profile picture of the author Jerome15
    I want to live in UK or France
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  • Profile picture of the author mahal788
    Victoria, British Columbia
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    • Profile picture of the author thunderbird
      Originally Posted by mahal788 View Post

      Victoria, British Columbia
      You might want to rethink that. It's a major earthquake zone.
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  • Profile picture of the author billy84
    Granada, an andalusian city in the south of Spain. Its wonderful, sunny, easy going people, cheap, quiet by the day, crazy bay the night, just perfect
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  • Profile picture of the author MissLizzie
    I'm from London and I'd still live in London, even if I made a fortune with my online business! The only thing is that it would be nice to have a bit of a bigger house or a bit more space...
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  • Profile picture of the author eleary
    I am from Atlanta, GA. I love it and it's where I love to visit. However, I went to Panama City, Republic of Panama about 4 years ago to visit. I came back to Atlanta and sold everything - I have been living there ever since! So I would say that's my paradise. However, I love to travel. So that is home base - along with my family's house in Atlanta.
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