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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by Smartie_Pants, Sep 30, 2009.
I was thinking the UK
We lived in Seattle for a year back in 95/96. Was exactly as you described but was definately expensive housing wise.
Seattle proper, like a lot cities, is pretty expensive, but there are some rural areas where the rents are more living wage friendly.
Western Washington and Oregon.......but they do have VOLCANOs.....I lived there when Mt. St. Helens erupted, chaos!
"I started the summer with 21 outside cats..."
You will do well in WA or OR.
Madisonville is in the far south west, just above where the Jackson Purchase is. You can see us on this map, we are Hopkins County which is the orange county above Christian county.
Which county is around yours?
I only had to stay with a friend in Olympia Washington for 4 months to know it rains TO MUCH for me... but hey if you like that kinda weather... LOL
paradise!!!!! land probably costs alot tho
Quote:I'm in Adair (dead center but towards the bottom - I guess it's only One county away from TN ) I live down at the bottom of Adair, where it meets Cumberland and Metcalfe counties.
Aren't you guys more flat over there? We have a lot of hills around here. Our weather is probably close to the same, however, when a storm moves up I65 (the usual path), it usually side swipes us and misses hitting us very badly. But if a storm hits Nashville, TN then it is usually headed our way.
I love it here
Quote:LOL, and it has become very susceptible to becoming a parking lot after six months too. I don't think most people consider tons of rain paradise though. Usually its the other way around.
How often do these volcanoes erupt? And are they numerous?