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Which part of America you're from?

Which Part?  

55 members have voted

  1. 1. Which Part?

    • The West
      6
    • The Midwest
      36
    • The South
      35
    • The Northeast
      18
    • Alaska or Hawaii
      2
    • I'm not from America.
      5


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[quote="bibleworm"]
100% Alaskan!!!!! i live in north pole Alaska to be exact...haha yes i know santa personally no im not an elf:Pand no i dont live in an igloo.
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I would love to visit Alaska. In fact, I've thought about moving there in the past but my wife doesn't like the cold.

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[quote="bibleworm"]
100% Alaskan!!!!! i live in north pole Alaska to be exact...haha yes i know santa personally no im not an elf:Pand no i dont live in an igloo.
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lol, no igloos? Not even for your dog? :wink:

Actually Santa live a bit farther north at the pole so I wouldn't expect you to know him. :cool:


:lol:

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Speaking of "Santa", about a month ago we saw him driving a freight train! :lol:

We were sitting at the gates waiting for the train and when it passed, the guy driving the train looked almost exactly like the classic Santa.

I told my wife times must really be bad if Santa has to take a job driving trains in the off season. :mrgreen:

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[quote="bibletotingunslinger"]
I would like to be the first to remind you all that I suspect we all will be neighbors here before long.
I can't waite meet you all.
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Amen brother. It should be happening at a moment when we think not.

Looking forward to that precious home-going!

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I was born in Seattle. So, about as northwest as one can get - without going to Alaska. :icon_smile: My parents currently live on the peninsula in what has to be the most gorgeous area of the state (and the most gorgeous of any state I've been in - which are many). I don't like the way the state has gone politically, but I wouldn't mind moving back there some time. We are currently living in the midwest, in Indiana. Been here 21 years now...the longest I've ever lived anywhere!

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I'm from New York State and would like to go back so I can be close to my lost family members. But, it's hard against homeschoolers and by the time I get out of the Marines we'll still have our kids in homeschooling (not to mention the other 2-3 kids we still want to have). But, I have 7 or so years to plan it, pray on it and hopefully be guided in the perfect spot for us.

I hear Canada pays for some of the curriculum of homseschoolers... :huh:

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South Carolina! A state so beautiful you'll think you've died and gone to heaven!!! I live in Manhattan now, but I'm headed down to SC this weekend for awhile to see family and friends and get down to the beach :clapping: Can't wait!

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Didn't Jesus ask "Can there any good thing come out of Arkansas"? (Just joking)

I am from good ol' peninsula of Michigan, home of the largest suspension bridge in the world. Born and raised here, amid the snow bound fields and grassy plains. We enjoy all four seasons, with enough variety to satisfy any "taste". Beautiful in the fall (Autumn), and chock full of white-tail deer! If you wish to visit sometime bring a gun and your frying pan, and enjoy the fishing and hunting.

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Didn't Jesus ask "Can there any good thing come out of Arkansas"? (Just joking)

I am from good ol' peninsula of Michigan, home of the largest suspension bridge in the world. Born and raised here, amid the snow bound fields and grassy plains. We enjoy all four seasons, with enough variety to satisfy any "taste". Beautiful in the fall (Autumn), and chock full of white-tail deer! If you wish to visit sometime bring a gun and your frying pan, and enjoy the fishing and hunting.


We offer about the same, winter time not as harsh, only more humidity in the summer time.

When young had family that visited from Lancing in the summer months, they always complained about the heat and humidity.

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