I'm partial to NW GA, so likely will always have at least home base here somewhere. If money were no object, I'd have a place around Jackson WY, a cabin somewhere around Grand Lake Maine, and a place somewhere in the FL keys and a private jet to get me quickly to any of them.......
I’d move to northern Missouri or southern Iowa where there are few people and a bunch of flat farm land. Plenty of ducks, big deer and turkey, all three are my favorite things to hunt. They seem to have some Mayberry towns still left to live near. I’d be there now if it wasn’t for my close family being here.
I’d never return to Georgia for the rest of my life and I would never lay eyes on the ocean or beach again. There are too many people in this state and it’s miserable hot for about 10 months out of the year, two things I can’t stand. And the beach just sucks!
I ain't so sure I could make myself move from my home here in Washington county. If I had to I would like to spend some time in and around moffat county Colorado, Arctic National wildlife refuge, and fishing on the coast
The only liberal government in western NC is the city of Asheville, which is a tiny fraction of the region, populated with people from somewhere else. All of western NC except for Asheville is extremely conservative.
money is not as much an issue as the fact we both have mothers still alive and i have 2 grandbabies i can't take my hands off but i think i'd love wyoming ,montana, nebraska, oklahoma, kansas . somewhere away from democrats
Yep. Luckily, the state legislature is now controlled by Republicans, who have been doing a good job for the last several years after they finally broke over a hundred years of Democrat control. Both our senators are Republicans, along with the majority of our representatives in Congress. Now, if we could get rid of this idiot governor, we would be ok. The legislature pretty much has him hamstrung so that he can't do anything. Our main problem is people moving in from other places to our urban areas, just like Georgia.
Lots of folks here commenting on moving away from politics they don't like. There are desolate places in most every state, way off the beaten path and away from civilization, where you can get away from all of that. In fact, the only reminders you might get is when you take your monthly trip into town or get your annual property tax bill. I think most of you fellas have the gull to ignore stupid laws and such that you could live the free life that you insist upon. I don't disagree with any of you, but just noticing lots of broad stroke generalizations out there...
Looks like we are going house shopping in Palm Coast Fl. this weekend. Going to spend the rest of my days chasing back country redfish, driving out on the beach and chunkin the long rods for whatever and hanging out at our farm in Alabama during hunting season.
Looks like the last of the pieces are going to fall into place.