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June 29th, 2012, 08:50 PM
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What state do you live in? Have you ever lived in other states?
Do you live in a town or a city?
Are you a city gal or a small town kinda gal?
Mountains, flat farmland, desert, what kind of a place?
What's the normal weather for your area? do you get snow in the winter where you're at?

What state do you live in? Have you ever lived in other states?
CA. Never moved out of state.

Do you live in a town or a city? What region of the state is it in?
It's kind of a larger town by my standards, considering I grew up in a town with one grocery store, 3 gas stations, and a hardware store and pharmacy. Southern California, just north of the high desert.

Are you a city gal or a small town kinda gal? Very much small town. I'm very unhappy when living in cities or any kind of neighborhood that doesn't have a good distance between houses. I get to feeling claustrophobic and there's not enough nature.

Mountains, flat farmland, desert, what kind of a place? I grew up in the high desert of southern CA. The town I live in now is kind of unique. One end (south/east) is a desert. The other end (north west) is kind of oak shrubbery and wild wheat.

What's the normal weather for your area? do you get snow in the winter where you're at? It's not super hot here during the summer, usually staying in the 80s and kinda dry. Being a desert rat, I'm used to 100 degree dry heat. It gets regularly down in the teens at night, only to 'warm up' to 20 degrees during the winter though, and that's a bit too cold for my taste lol. We get some snow, this last winter I think we got a grand total of a foot-18 inches.
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June 29th, 2012, 10:36 PM
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What state do you live in? Have you ever lived in other states?
The rainy side of WA state

Do you live in a town or a city?
I would call it the suburbs. Ya know all the houses look the same but not a box development.

Are you a city gal or a small town kinda gal?
Not a big city gal like Seattle but I want a mall and main stores within 30 minutes.

Mountains, flat farmland, desert, what kind of a place?
Trees, hills, mountains. Beautiful.

What's the normal weather for your area? do you get snow in the winter where you're at?
Rain....... oh and rain.... lol. We sometimes get snow during our winter but it doesn't last long.
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June 29th, 2012, 10:39 PM
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What state do you live in? Have you ever lived in other states?
Alaska. I spent half my life in North Carolina and I lived a few months in Virginia.

Do you live in a town or a city?
Uuh...I think it's considered a city. If it is, it's just barely one. It's pretty much just one of those places off the highway. I hate it here. Looking to move into the city, which is still on the smaller side, taking only 10 minutes to get across.

Are you a city gal or a small town kinda gal?
In the middle? I grew up on a college campus so I'm used to tiny places and I'm not one for tons of people and craploads of traffic so the city near here is a good size.

Mountains, flat farmland, desert, what kind of a place?
Hills. A lot of people in the lower 48 would like to call them mountains, but they're not very tall. I live right outside the valley, the bigger city is in the middle of it. And if you care to look it up, central Alaska is a taiga ecosystem or whatever. Just like a few steps away from being tundra.

What's the normal weather for your area? do you get snow in the winter where you're at?
Normal weather for summer is around 70F for the highs and 20F for the lows. Winter is around 20F for the highs (which is pretty dang warm in the winter) and around -30F for the lows, but we always get a cold snap in January and February that puts up around -50/-60F. Last November while in the hospital with William we had an early cold snap and it was in the -50s. It ended when William was discharged And yes, we definitely get snow haha! Average is around...I'd say about 3ft in unpacked areas. Maybe half a foot more or so.
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June 30th, 2012, 06:55 AM
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What state do you live in? Have you ever lived in other states? WI....I've also lived in MN and IL
Do you live in a town or a city? city
Are you a city gal or a small town kinda gal? very much city, which is funny because I grew up in a tiny town
Mountains, flat farmland, desert, what kind of a place? kind of a valley
What's the normal weather for your area? do you get snow in the winter where you're at? it's WI, of COURSE we get snow It gets way below zero in the winter and up to 100 or so in the summer
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June 30th, 2012, 09:19 AM
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What state do you live in? Have you ever lived in other states? IL(an hour on the other side of the river from St. Louis), but I have lived in South Dakota and Tennessee

Do you live in a town or a city? It's a village, only like 300 people if that.

Are you a city gal or a small town kinda gal? I like living in a small town. The city is fun, but makes me nervous. We go to St.Louis often and it is just way too busy for me.

Mountains, flat farmland, desert, what kind of a place? We live on a huge lake.

What's the normal weather for your area? do you get snow in the winter where you're at? Hot in the summer, cold in the winter. We get snow, sometimes a lot, sometimes hardly any. The weather here is so unpredictable.
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June 30th, 2012, 12:12 PM
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What state do you live in? We live in Mississippi
Have you ever lived in other states? Yes, DH and I lived in FL almost our whole lives. I did live in Illinois until I was 6.
Do you live in a town or a city? We live in the suburbs of Jackson, MS, so a town I guess.
Are you a city gal or a small town kinda gal? Not a city person at all, I like visiting but not living there.
Mountains, flat farmland, desert, what kind of a place? flat/farmland
What's the normal weather for your area? Hot and Humid, mild winters

you get snow in the winter where you're at? Yes, maybe once or twice
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July 6th, 2012, 08:57 AM
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What state do you live in? Have you ever lived in other states?
I live in Pennsylvania. I've lived in a few other states but always in the northeast.

Do you live in a town or a city?
City.

Are you a city gal or a small town kinda gal?
I kind of like the outskirts where a city is close by but my area is calm.

Mountains, flat farmland, desert, what kind of a place?
Trees, I guess.

What's the normal weather for your area? do you get snow in the winter where you're at?
It's moderate and seasonal. It snows in the winter, can get somewhat hot in the summer.
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