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Old 07-03-2016, 02:30 AM   #15
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Where are there places for RV's near Fernandina Beach?
you can try fort clinch or little talbot island. Depends on when you want to be there.

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Old 07-06-2016, 09:56 AM   #16
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The mountain areas north of Phoenix are great for four seasons if you want to plant roots somewhere. The Payson and the Sedona areas get a dusting of snow in the winter but it doesn't last and summer temps are more moderate than the valley. Personally, I hope to pull up stakes at that time and see the whole country!

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Mike, we love Oregon and some of the lower Washington coastal areas. California is nice, but I can't imagine living there because of the economics of it all. From Connecticut north it's nice in the summer, but winters don't look very appealing.

I can recommend you don't look at the gulf coast from Texas over to at least to Alabama.
The Texas gulf coast is the most humid place I've ever been. You can dry yourself off with a towel, hang it up outside and it'll be wetter than it was before you hung it up!

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