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    Senior Member SyndicateNova's Avatar
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    Seattle vs Denver

    If you had to pick, where would you live?

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    I live in Seattle and love it. I was born here and most likely will never leave

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    Seattle.

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    Neither, but Seattle of the two.
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    Doesn't it rain all the time in Seattle? Haven't been to either one but heard food things about both.

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    It has rained once in the last 50ish days.

    And it has been an average of 75-85 every day since May if I am not mistaken

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    In the summer the Seattle area is very, VERY dry. If you like dry, you'll love the summer. The "rain" in winter is usually more like a heavy mist. Windshield wipers almost never go on faster than the intermittent setting. Actually, "summer" and "winter" seem very short, and spring and fall very long. Of all the places I've lived, this part of the country has the easiest weather to deal with and is comfortable for much more of the year.

    Beautiful place, lots of outdoor activities. Great for gardening. Pricey, tho.
    Now is not the time to bother me. And it's always now. Wiley Miller

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    I would go with Seattle. Having lived in the Denver area most of my life. But I haven't been to Seattle b4.
    Chewie's the man.

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    We are probably going to rent out our house and find a place in Colorado. I don't know for sure though, we are still considering other places. Finally leaving this $%$&hole of Simi Valley. California is way too expensive.

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    colorado is very affordable. atleast in the parts ive traveled to.

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