#135558
    gawj1512
    Participant
    @gawj1512

    Any of these will do, as long as Waitrose deliver ๐Ÿ˜€

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    #135560
    Wardy
    Participant
    @wardy

    The first few pictures you posted was really nice Gawj.

    #135611
    Zorba
    Participant
    @zorba

    Anywhere that’s at least 100 miles from any coast…

    #135625
    buttwheat
    Participant
    @buttwheat

    @Zorba 123282 wrote:

    Anywhere that’s at least 100 miles from any coast…

    Why??
    I live less then a mile from the saltwater and I see that your in Monterey thats a nice place

    #135637
    Thaela
    Participant
    @thaela

    @gawj1512 123227 wrote:

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    Yes and yes!

    I’m a nerd, but I would totally be fine with living at Hogwarts or the Shire. But only Hogwarts if I could do magic, otherwise it would be sort of depressing =|

    #135644
    Wardy
    Participant
    @wardy

    @Thaela 123309 wrote:

    Yes and yes!

    I’m a nerd, but I would totally be fine with living at Hogwarts or the Shire. But only Hogwarts if I could do magic, otherwise it would be sort of depressing =|

    The shires yes because it generally look’s like a nice place to live, not hogwart’s though.

    #135648
    peterpoose
    Participant
    @peterpoose

    If we are going to fantasy type places now, I want to live in Olympus so I can flick and throw the little statues of people about ๐Ÿ™‚

    #135650
    Sam-I-Am
    Participant
    @sam-i-am

    @peterpoose 123322 wrote:

    If we are going to fantasy type places now, I want to live in Olympus so I can flick and throw the little statues of people about ๐Ÿ™‚

    Reminds me of a joke about Greek gods!

    #135666
    ArniVidar
    Moderator
    @arnividar

    Honestly, I think I’d choose Reykjavik. I just love this city.

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    At any rate, I’m a city rat, so I would always choose civilization and culture. No decrepit farm houses in the middle of nowhere for me.

    #135667
    Wardy
    Participant
    @wardy

    @ArniVidar 123347 wrote:

    Honestly, I think I’d choose Reykjavik. I just love this city.

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    At any rate, I’m a city rat, so I would always choose civilization and culture. No decrepit farm houses in the middle of nowhere for me.

    Even though that’s a city though it looks peacful compared to most city’s.

    #135668
    ArniVidar
    Moderator
    @arnividar

    Well it’s very small compared to cities in other countries, so that’s understandable ๐Ÿ™‚

    #135674
    buttwheat
    Participant
    @buttwheat

    Looks like a tiny city Arni, isn’t pretty cold there?

    #135677
    ArniVidar
    Moderator
    @arnividar

    It’s only 200.000 people… 2/3rds of the Icelandic population, living in an area the size of New York City (300 square miles) ๐Ÿ˜€

    It’s not cold at all, really, just really moderate. The city has an average low temp of about 30ยฐF in mid winter and an average high temp of about 55ยฐF in mid summer.

    #135679
    buttwheat
    Participant
    @buttwheat

    @ArniVidar 123358 wrote:

    It’s only 200.000 people… 2/3rds of the Icelandic population, living in an area the size of New York City (300 square miles) ๐Ÿ˜€

    It’s not cold at all, really, just really moderate. The city has an average low temp of about 30ยฐF in mid winter and an average high temp of about 55ยฐF in mid summer.

    It is pretty. So yes it is cold there and small. Seattle alone has over 600,000

    #135702
    Aussie_Al
    Participant
    @aussie_al

    Some times I could do with living some place where I could not even see my nearest neighbor…other times I think if I moved there I would be bored in 30 minutes – I guess the grass is always greener – with money there are options – have a city apartment and a cabin in the woods, yeah so I guess that’s my goal.

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