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OldmanBeasley
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and stays around 60-80 degrees most of the year

I feel like the only place that can offer that would be the west coast


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Winters might do you in though. It can snow.
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weather that is not humid and stays around 60-80 degrees


Unfortunately Southern California is the only option here

Amazing climate. Everything else sucks

Im looking at Utah, Montana, Wyoming.

But honestly the climate in LA is pretty good from Oct-May

June -Sept sucks
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ShermanTxTiger
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Texas, Tennessee, (Florida maybe), Maybe (Carolinas)

IDK


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ColdTurkey
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Bawcomville


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Jobu93
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Maybe Colorado. If the winters will suck.


Lester Earl
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I feel like the only place that can offer that would be the west coast



So this baw could melt down over politics


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Cosmo
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Maybe Colorado.


30 years ago maybe

It has now become California

Though the Western Slope area isnt as bad as the Front Range
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CoyoteSong
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Not sure why anyone would live in a liberal city.


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diat150
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stays around 60-80 degrees most of the year


Monteverde costa rica


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Sao
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Sedona I guess.


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VolsOut4Harambe
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Tennessee or the Carolinas sound like what you're looking for.

Temps will rarely get below the 40's, and if so only in the mornings. Summers are hot but nothing like Louisiana. COL is low in both, moreso in TN due to the NC state income tax.


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LSUBoo
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There’s places that are run by republicans (Louisiana)


Uh...


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goofball
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What are great places to live in the US?



Depends. Where is your family located? Because that location should probably be ranked pretty high.
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goofball
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There’s places that are run by republicans (Louisiana)


The mayors of all of Louisiana's largest cities are Democrats along with the Governor.


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Columbia
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I’ve lived all over the Country for short periods. For me, there’s nothing like the south. If you can deal with 3-4 months of heat, the rest of the year is perfect. I never felt at home out west or in other places. Vermont was fantastic, but it started snowing in October; they said they wouldn’t see grass till May. Midwest is nice, but also way too cold and snow.


greenwave
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I want to find a place that is a good walkable city, good schools, weather that is not humid and stays around 60-80 degrees most of the year.


Carmel, CA


lsu777
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Currently in Louisiana and like others here I’m tired of it. Looking to plan a move in the next few years. Im tired of the shite roads, shite schools, weather is hot and humid majority of the year. I want to find a place that is a good walkable city, good schools, weather that is not humid and stays around 60-80 degrees most of the year. Living in Louisiana I don’t feel like going outside because of this heat and humidity. I know there’s tons of places better tell me some better places. Also to add I don’t mind paying more taxes as I already pay a shite ton and I don’t see any good that comes out of it in Louisiana so if I pay more and can actually see the benefit of it in the roads, school system, etc then I don’t have a problem with it. Even though I never went to LSU I will always be a fan and so I’ll continue to watch the games on tv. I don’t go to the games currently so it won’t be a big thing I’m missing out on. I don’t like being crammed in tiger stadium in 90+ degree weather and high humidity in September. I’d like to actually go to a football game in the 70-80s with little humidity.
Edited to add: I don’t care about politics as long as it’s a enjoyable place. There’s places that are run by republicans (Louisiana) that are shite and Democrats which are shite so I honestly don’t care what the majority party is in the state




i mean wtf do you like to do? what do you do for a living

walkable city and 60-80 degrees?? I mean maybe nashville and parts of cali or parts of north carolina....thats about it.


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greenwave
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Seriously though

Just go to like Vestavia or Mountain Brook AL. Close enough to visit home when you want, great schools, houses etc.


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