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  • #110409
    brenda-lee
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    O.K. let me dream here.

    #110410
    Jerusha Amado
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    Brenda,

    I’m not sure if this suggestion meets all of your requirements, but how about New Zealand?

    #110411
    unknown-user
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    Switzerland has the most beautiful lakes and mountains i’ve ever seen.

    #110412
    brenda-lee
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    Haha, you’re a hoot.

    #110413
    brenda-lee
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    Thanks, Jerusha, A friend of mine was a psychiatrist in New Zealand for a while.

    #110414

    British Columbia has all that as well as the Pacific Ocean, but Vancouver’s housing market is very high-priced. There is a vibrant lever-harp community on Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands. We have various universities in the province, including UBC in Vancouver and U. of Victoria on Vancouver Island.
    Washington State has some great places, too. The whole Pacific Northwest is lovely.

    #110415
    unknown-user
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    I lived in South Africa for a number of years – and while the country is riddled with crime – and has had a horrid past (apartheid)

    #110416
    louise-vickerman
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    How about Utah? It has lakes, mountains, NO sticky hot weather, environmentally aware cities, universities, cultural activities and L&H West located right here in Salt Lake City!

    #110417
    louise-vickerman
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    B.T.W… In Salt Lake City I am only 5 1/2 hours from from Las Vegas and we have a lot less rain than British Columbia (sorry Elizabeth!!!)

    #110418
    brenda-lee
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    Louise, thank you for your input. I flew out to Bountiful a few months ago and fell in love with. I even wrote off to a few chambers for relocation information. I am LDS so that made it even more of a cool experience for me. I visited Logan, SLC, Sundance (rode the chair lift up) and went in the Bountiful Temple. I LOVED the climate even though it was a little dry. I was impressed with BYU and the entire Provo area. Yes, I need to look into this one some more. I am an avid hiker and love to ski. I know, too, that there is an active harp community in Utah.

    #110419
    brenda-lee
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    Hi Elizabeth~ I’ve visited Vancouver briefly enroute to Victoria. I thought the whole area was enchanting.

    #110420
    louise-vickerman
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    Wow Brenda, sounds like “This is the place” (apologies to Brigham Young for borrowing his quote!) for you, especially if you like to hike and ski – from my house in downtown Salt Lake, it only takes me 40 mins to get up to Solitude Resort in Big Cottonwood Canyon, I can both ski AND get to rehearsal in the same day!

    #110421
    unknown-user
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    It sounds like you want Boulder, Colorado, any number of towns in Oregon or the Sierras in California, and no place has more lakes than Minnesota.

    #110422

    Brenda, someone mentioned Seattle. As newlyweds many years ago, we bought a large atlas. We needed to think about

    #110423
    brook-boddie
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    Brenda,

    I second Louise’s suggestion about Salt Lake City.

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