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Posted 7/1/16
California
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I'd say Oregon, which is where I live. There is a lot of great places here especially if you've ever been to downtown portland.
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As someone who's been in 49/50 states + several territories: West Virginia

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California, where I live.
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I'd have to say Alaska, where a 400+ mile long fire isn't something to panic over.
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Cali, NY, Texas
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I've lived in multiple cities all along the west coast. Spent many years in each of them. In terms of which one I enjoyed the most, left the biggest imprint on myself, and found to be just, overall, the best. It's definitely California. Now i cant say that all of the state is that way. I had the fortunate luck of moving from Portland, OR to Carmel, CA which most people dont even know about. Even people in California. But its a beautiful peaceful coastal town in the Monterey Bay. Its about 45 minutes from Santa Cruz which is my favorite city ever.. San Jose and San Francisco are also both fairly nearby. Pebble beach golf course(which i dont like golf or ever play) is in Carmel, and is probably considered one of, if not the most prestigious in the world. Laguna Seca Raceway is near by, and my first comic convention was in San Jose as well. The place is beautiful the people are so friendly. If you ever want to see an amazing place in this country and have never been, the whole central coastal region of california is where its at. Also of course youre not TOOOOO far from the SDCC lol, only about an 8 hour drive hahaha.... its amazing how long it takes to drive through Cali top to bottom.. Thats my vote. If you dont like CA chances are you never lived there or only have experience with somewhere like Los Angeles. Which to me seems like the complete opposite of most of the rest of the state. In terms of congeniality and natural beauty.
Posted 7/2/16
Probably California, New York, Texas, and Florida.
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charlesgratiot wrote:
I had the fortunate luck of moving from Portland, OR to Carmel, CA which most people dont even know about. Even people in California. But its a beautiful peaceful coastal town in the Monterey Bay.
Most people in Cali would know where you were talking about if you just called it Monterey. We just have a tendency of just clumping individual cities with their notable "main" city unless you are actually from that area, since so many towns just run right into one another in many places in the state. But yeah the Monterey Bay is a beautiful area in general, I have a friend that was a school teacher in Carmel for a while.

Unfortunately Its been a few years since I have been back to California. I lived in Northern California for most of my life but, like you, now live a stones throw from Canada. Pretty close to where you are at actually, about 30-40 minutes east of you across the state line.

Posted 7/2/16
Alaska.
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Texas, for being so goddamn bigoted all the goddamn time.
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Posted 7/21/16
Maryland.
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