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Old 01-14-2011, 06:44 AM
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Maybe this is dumb, but I'd think it's nice, and maybe we can find people close to us who we get together with or something....

I have been noticing in posts some of us are discussing where we are located. And I know it shows in the top right corner where we area, but it's so spread out, if you didn't happen to be in that post you would never know.

But if anyone would like to post where they are, I think it'd be a great way for us to make some good friends!

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Just outside of Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
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Old 01-14-2011, 06:47 AM
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Old 01-14-2011, 07:20 AM
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wow, thanks for posting ladies.

Hopefully some more will post.

It's neat to think how we all seem to be so close talking daily, or fighting like cats and dogs, but realizing how far apart we truly are. Thank goodness for technology.
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In Southern Ohio, near Cincinnati

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Maybe this is dumb, but I'd think it's nice, and maybe we can find people close to us who we get together with or something....

I have been noticing in posts some of us are discussing where we are located. And I know it shows in the top right corner where we area, but it's so spread out, if you didn't happen to be in that post you would never know.

But if anyone would like to post where they are, I think it'd be a great way for us to make some good friends!

Starting with me:

Just outside of Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
I have a first cousin originally from Iowa that has lived in Winnepeg for a number of yrs. now. She married a Canadian, and she was divorced, and they had a child together, so she really couldn't move back to the states. Now she is happily married to another Canadian.
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Old 01-14-2011, 08:53 AM
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I have a first cousin originally from Iowa that has lived in Winnepeg for a number of yrs. now. She married a Canadian, and she was divorced, and they had a child together, so she really couldn't move back to the states. Now she is happily married to another Canadian.
HAHA NO DISRESPECT HERE, but CANADA ROCKS! hahaha sorry I love my country.
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Old 01-14-2011, 09:10 AM
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Oh is that what smells around here? JK
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Old 01-14-2011, 09:11 AM
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So are you saying you don't have free ranging moose?

If not then I'm not going to move next door to you after all.
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Old 01-14-2011, 09:11 AM
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LOL...my husband and his friend grew up calling Ohio the armpit of America (we grew up in Michigan). He really had to eat his words when we moved to Ohio.
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Old 01-14-2011, 09:35 AM
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MN....where we do have free range moose....and raise Olympic hockey players...LOL!!!

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Old 01-14-2011, 09:36 AM
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i think it would be neat if somehow the computer could calculate how many mins/hrs we are all away from each other.
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Old 01-14-2011, 09:45 AM
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I am from good ole Iowa as well. I was born and raised here!! I really don't plan on retiring here though!! lol!!! It's too dang cold and snowy here!!
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So are you saying you don't have free ranging moose?

If not then I'm not going to move next door to you after all.
Sadly, no. BUT we do have 6 species of snakes and 3 species of spiders that are highly venomous
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Old 01-14-2011, 09:52 AM
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Sadly, no. BUT we do have 6 species of snakes and 3 species of spiders that are highly venomous
catherder, you need to move!

OMG worst we have is mosquitos and wasps.
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Illinois, but might as well be Iowa. (Quad cities-for you other Iowans wondering)
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Sadly, no. BUT we do have 6 species of snakes and 3 species of spiders that are highly venomous


I draw the line at snake.

ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwww I can't stand snakes.

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I am from good ole Iowa as well. I was born and raised here!! I really don't plan on retiring here though!! lol!!! It's too dang cold and snowy here!!
It's hotter than hades here in the summer. Fair Time... oh lord
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We fly out of the Quad Cities every other yr.
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very near St. Paul, MN (I can see the state Capitol if I walk 1 block away) but I'm actually in a suburb.
Really? I can see St Paul from our neighborhood park, I'd say we are pretty close together
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We went to Midland for spring break one year (we were pretty poor then!)...you have a cool tridge!
I'm from Grand Rapids MI
Cool! I have family in GR .
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Small world. My son and his wife live in Fort Wayne. My daughter-in-law is a nurse at the Lutheran Hospital there. She went to St Francis college there for her RN and also is currently taking classes to get her Master's in nursing, Their name is Jason & Katie Becker. Jas works at the Heritage food and restaurant supply company there. We were just there in Fort Wayne for Thanksgiving with them.
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I really do have free range chickens!
No poisonous spiders or snakes here, no hurricanes or tornadoes....but I can see a volcano at my back window! (Mount St. Helens)
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I really do have free range chickens!
No poisonous spiders or snakes here, no hurricanes or tornadoes....but I can see a volcano at my back window! (Mount St. Helens)
on a trip to BC this summer we got to see mt. st. helens. pretty cool
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Not snowing. Too cold! I wish I could move where it is warmer as I hate the cold but it sure is pretty! Especially where I live out in the country! :-)
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definitely is pretty too until they sand salt and plow, then it's looks horrible. The trees look beautiful with the snow on top, quite like some of the avatars on here. I gave hubby crap for knocking it all off of the trees/shrubs yesterday. he got mad cause as he was shovelling it was falling off, and he'd have to reshovel. Now it's all back though LOL
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we drove from Manitoba to BC and back in a motor home. It was pretty scary through mountains. My cousin lives near Duncan, and we went through a few different places including victoria, sidney, vancouver, etc.
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i think it would be neat if somehow the computer could calculate how many mins/hrs we are all away from each other.
That's what the person who started mapquest thought I bet!
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That's what the person who started mapquest thought I bet!
mapquest? are you telling me this idea of mine is already taken? lol, jk.

i just meant in the top corner where it says our location, it would be neat if it said how many miles apart we are too
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Actually, there are several states that have a higher income tax rate than Illinois. They should have tried to cut spending first, though, before they approved such a large tax increase.
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Actually, there are several states that have a higher income tax rate than Illinois. They should have tried to cut spending first, though, before they approved such a large tax increase.
Oops, I meant sales tax not income tax...

and i agree about the cutting spending first....
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Oops, I meant sales tax not income tax...

and i agree about the cutting spending first....
Now I'm curious - what's your sales tax rate up there? We're at 7.75% here, and I think that's high, too. I wonder if our state will ever get its act together to get its bills paid without bankrupting the middle class in the process .
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Now I'm curious - what's your sales tax rate up there? We're at 7.75% here, and I think that's high, too. I wonder if our state will ever get its act together to get its bills paid without bankrupting the middle class in the process .
We have 2 sales tax rates,
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