Where in the "World" to relocate?

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Dragos1

Metro, Oregon USA

Where in the "World" to relocate?
Where in the "World" to lay down some "roots"
I have lived here in the Pacific NW (Oregon) USA over 50 years.
I have less and less ties to keep me here every year, maybe every month! lol.

I think that I would be happier and more productive somewhere else. I am not ruling out the USA entirely but it has never been my first choice though being a citizen here it does make some things a bit easier if I just moved within the Country but I think that is not a good enough reason to stay.

I am hoping that possibly some others have made a similar decision and might have some insight.

Thanks!
Jenny5IA

Cabopino, Andalucia Spain

Re: Where in the "World" to relocate?
Dragos1: Where in the "World" to lay down some "roots"
I have lived here in the Pacific NW (Oregon) USA over 50 years.
I have less and less ties to keep me here every year, maybe every month! lol.

I think that I would be happier and more productive somewhere else. I am not ruling out the USA entirely but it has never been my first choice though being a citizen here it does make some things a bit easier if I just moved within the Country but I think that is not a good enough reason to stay.

I am hoping that possibly some others have made a similar decision and might have some insight.

Thanks!

Go to Alaska, apparently there are lots of fish and other animals that like snow. I heard it´s very flat though and noisy because of the highway that runs through the middle. Think Brokeback Mountain meets The Smurfs, if you´re into that shit this is the place for you!
reb56online today! reb56

carthage, Missouri USA

Re: Where in the "World" to relocate?
Jenny5IA: Go to Alaska, apparently there are lots of fish and other animals that like snow. I heard it´s very flat though and noisy because of the highway that runs through the middle. Think Brokeback Mountain meets The Smurfs, if you´re into that shit this is the place for you!
utah,if u like mormons n muslims.
Re: Where in the "World" to relocate?
reb56: utah,if u like mormons n muslims.

Not my thing really, where else can you suggest? Which state has easy women?
Rustyheart

Puyallup, Washington USA

Re: Where in the "World" to relocate?
North Korea.
Re: Where in the "World" to relocate?
Rustyheart: North Korea.

You look like you´ve taken inspiration from Kim with that haircut wave
Dragos1

Metro, Oregon USA

Re: Where in the "World" to relocate?
Bnaughty: You look like you´ve taken inspiration from Kim with that haircut




rolling on the floor laughing


I bet it is funnier than the blank look on his face right now! LOL (good eye) ;-}
Dragos1

Metro, Oregon USA

Re: Where in the "World" to relocate?
Jenny5IA: Go to Alaska, apparently there are lots of fish and other animals that like snow. I heard it´s very flat though and noisy because of the highway that runs through the middle. Think Brokeback Mountain meets The Smurfs, if you´re into that shit this is the place for you!


No, wrong temperature, Obviously wrong movie and inuendo, Smurfs? Had any strong acid or Hallucinogens lately? Or maybe "your" post was a poor attempt at adding Comedic content. doh
yubba

Caspe, Aragon Spain

Re: Where in the "World" to relocate?
Dragos1: Where in the "World" to lay down some "roots"
I have lived here in the Pacific NW (Oregon) USA over 50 years.
I have less and less ties to keep me here every year, maybe every month! lol.

I think that I would be happier and more productive somewhere else. I am not ruling out the USA entirely but it has never been my first choice though being a citizen here it does make some things a bit easier if I just moved within the Country but I think that is not a good enough reason to stay.

I am hoping that possibly some others have made a similar decision and might have some insight.

Thanks!


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Better add up what money you get in each month, if you want to buy a place, how much warm weather you want then go through the list on the Internet. In Spain you could buy a country house for 10k usd spend another 10 and you have a palace in sunshine. On the other hand you could have my palace for 1.2 million furnished up and ready to go with an income as well.

It's easy to move about and get information without getting tied to anything.
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