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26-06-2017, 12:11 PM
RE: Why SHOULD I move to your country?
For the US, just hit up Google images and type Alaska.

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26-06-2017, 12:21 PM
RE: Why SHOULD I move to your country?
Acadia is one of our favorite places! Camping there is fun Smile

My reasons:

- The people. This is a gross generalization, but I do think many Americans are sociable, friendly, and generous.

- The diversity of people and nature. Being such a huge country, you get all kinds of everything!

- The food. Again, see above. All kinds of cultures means all kinds of food.

- The art and culture. Like it or not, Hollywood is a big driver of worldwide trends and TV/cinema.

- Top-notch Universities.

and a pic from my neck of the woods:

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26-06-2017, 12:33 PM
RE: Why SHOULD I move to your country?
That's gorgeous!

I'm not sure but just for fun I'll guess Oregon? Maybe North Cali?

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26-06-2017, 12:50 PM
RE: Why SHOULD I move to your country?
Other side - Cape Cod, Massachusetts Smile

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26-06-2017, 01:04 PM
RE: Why SHOULD I move to your country?
(26-06-2017 12:21 PM)ShadowProject Wrote:  Acadia is one of our favorite places! Camping there is fun Smile

My reasons:

- The people. This is a gross generalization, but I do think many Americans are sociable, friendly, and generous.

- The diversity of people and nature. Being such a huge country, you get all kinds of everything!

- The food. Again, see above. All kinds of cultures means all kinds of food.

- The art and culture. Like it or not, Hollywood is a big driver of worldwide trends and TV/cinema.

- Top-notch Universities.

and a pic from my neck of the woods:

[Image: 1000-1001G-Huey.jpg]

I remember skipping school one day as a senior and going to Sand Beach (named so as most beaches in the area are rocky) with my girl friend. We hung out, I took pictures, had fun. I used to go hiking on Cadillac Mountain with her and her family. It was good times.

I went to Cadillac Mountain once with my wife, and we spent some time in Bar Harbor. Those are really good memories.

Sand Beach
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Cadillac Mountain
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Gosh, thinking about this and looking at the pictures makes me want to run back to Maine and get lost in the woods all by myself.
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26-06-2017, 01:18 PM
RE: Why SHOULD I move to your country?
Maine is beautiful. We vacation there often and I have family there as well. My uncle lives about 10 minutes from Canada awayyyyy up north.

Talk about a diverse state! There are live off the land, mind your own beeswax feeling areas. Bar Harbor is a 'cosmopolitan' gay paradise. Portland has become foodie central, too. And the diversity of nature is pretty amazing. The coastline drive is my favorite.
It's a weird state and I love it!

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26-06-2017, 01:32 PM
RE: Why SHOULD I move to your country?
(26-06-2017 12:50 PM)ShadowProject Wrote:  Other side - Cape Cod, Massachusetts Smile

Lol I tried. Blush Looks like Massachusetts is quite easily as beautiful as Oregon, which is incredibly lovely. (I've been to the latter is all and it was amazing. I honestly had no idea that Massachusetts looked like that.) Though as a Canadian living on the Prairies a hill has potential to be impressive if it's big enough. Laugh out load

Still honestly Massachusetts looks beautiful.

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26-06-2017, 01:42 PM
RE: Why SHOULD I move to your country?
(26-06-2017 01:18 PM)ShadowProject Wrote:  Maine is beautiful. We vacation there often and I have family there as well. My uncle lives about 10 minutes from Canada awayyyyy up north.

Talk about a diverse state! There are live off the land, mind your own beeswax feeling areas. Bar Harbor is a 'cosmopolitan' gay paradise. Portland has become foodie central, too. And the diversity of nature is pretty amazing. The coastline drive is my favorite.
It's a weird state and I love it!

I lived in Winter Harbor, then Gouldsboro, then Ellsworth for a while. Winter Harbor and Gouldsboro are across the bay from Bar Harbor. I have lots of memories from Maine.
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26-06-2017, 01:51 PM
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26-06-2017, 01:53 PM
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(26-06-2017 01:51 PM)yakherder Wrote:  [Image: ufo_worldper10m1.png]

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