Besides Georgia and if money wasn’t an issue, where would you live ?

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mark-7mag

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You can live in GA part time but not all the time.

I’d live in GA from October to January. I love the Fall and winter here mainly in part of the bearable winter and pretty fall. Plus , I’d be at home for the holidays with family.

I’d live in Florida from February to May to enjoy the perfect Weather and great fishing.

From June - September I’d have a place in the Pacific NW , mainly Washington or Oregon. If you’ve never visited that part of the country in the summer, you don’t know what your missing
 

sinclair1

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Woodland Bayou Dr. in Santa Rosa beach FL on the point at the end of the street from November to feb. exactly what we are doing between woodstock and Hancock the rest of the year.

If money were no object we would move to the first house on the left at the estates of Towne lake hills with the 18 car garage and I would fill it up with cars to take to the Florida house.
https://www.georgiamls.com/1001-olde-towne-ln-woodstock-ga-30189/8632119
 
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mark-7mag

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Woodland Bayou Dr. in Santa Rosa beach FL
on the point at the end of the street from November to feb. exactly what we are doing between woodstock and Hancock the rest of the year.
The weather isn’t exactly beach weather that time of year. Tell me why
 

mguthrie

**# 1 Fan**OHIO STATE**
That's why money would have to be no object. I figure it's mighty cold and the snow would be deep!
You'd have to embrace that kind of weather. Learn to ski or buy some snow machines,remember,you've got the money for it. Growing up in Ohio, I used to love winter time. Me and my brothers would be outside as long as possible. Come in and warm up then head back out. Of course you could be a snow bird and come back to Georgia for "winter"
 
Somewhere far from liberal socialist types, good access to shooting ranges and hunting......good medical care nearby.....fun roads to drive sporty cars and plenty of woods for the off-road fun.
 
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