So, just out of curiosity, what do people prefer? Small town, large town, city, or transit town (a town where people relocate for work then most move again after a few
months or a year at latest)?
I prefer transit or city personally but that is just me. I think small towns have the most drama and can be the most damaging to people since in a city or transit town, a
person can end up meeting other people and getting away from the ones who want to hurt him or her (especially in a city).
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I like something somewhere in the middle. I like being able to drive out into the wilderness and get away from people, but I enjoy the art and culture that an urban population center has to offer. Never thought to care too much about everyone knowing everyone or personal drama. I tend to avoid that stuff.
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i like to shop sometimes. but i prefer walks on a clean beach (unpolluted by the actions of humans), occasionally hunting, definitely hiking and fishing, and for sure trekking through mountain ranges, and camping too. And not that RV shit. Real camping with tents, camp fires, marshmellows, a compass, and a sat radio in case I go too deep. Hmm. But i love my husband and he can't survive without a microwave and a cell phone. Out of love, I chose 'city' because realistically speaking I'd always prefer to be where he is.
That and "near the woods/nature adventure" wasn't available. Not every small town is near a wilderness getaway. (Suburbia sucks)
Reine, you sound like you might like Denver or Salt Lake city (or maybe seattle?) since they are cities with the urban-ness you and your husband would like and at the same
time aren't far from the mountains and wilderness activities you would prefer. And Jakk you sound like you might like those two cities I mentioned also unless there is a
similar city in Oregon where you are from that I don't know about (even though I don't know if there are any mountains in Oregon).
lol. i live in pa. appalachian mountains run through here. i'm less than 3 hours away from fun in the poconos, mountains, any number of parks, etc. I kinda have the best of both worlds kinda.
not much in way of fishing though
I don't like utah. my husband does not have a strong desire to be near so many mormons. colorado has more snow than i am comfortable with but living in pa is far more convenient anyway
Oregon has the Cascade mountain range, and yes, there's Portland, which is where I live. And unlike Salt Lake City, it's not crazy conservative and Mormon. I might like Denver okay, but I've only been once.
Colorado is a pretty ok place. But it doesn't really compare to the major shopping areas available in pa or the states surrounding it. But it's pretty as shit.
If you love the outdoors, that whole state is pretty much a monument dedicated to protecting/preserving the wilderness and having fun outside
Oregon is the same, but we have a coast.
i love washington state. I've driven through oregon a few times. It looks pretty. But I've never been there long enough to really form an opinion one way or another about the people who live there or anything else really. They have clean restrooms in their gas stations
The people pretty much include every type of person you're likely to find. I mean, we're mostly white people, second whitest state in the country, but unless you're from Georgia or something you probably won't notice a diff.
i hate the south.
we're asian. South east (me) middle east (him)
what's the asian population like
Pretty normal, I guess. The Northwest in general has a pretty high Asian population, Portland is no different.
hmmm. not exactly what i meant but ok.
Like in pa there's a super worth while china town, k-town (korean town), and small armies of pinoy scattered throughout some areas who own or know where the nearest karaoke joint is.
I guess i meant to ask about ethnic shopping/eating areas.
(asians are everywhere but the midwest i think)
Yeah, Portland has a china town and a shit ton of Asian food markets. If you were in one of the smaller cities like Medford you wouldn't be able to find anything, but then who wants to live there.
I live in the city and have very rarely gone into the countryside and small towns. I prefer small town though because of how peaceful and quiet they are, its a nice change of pace to a big city.
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