Tuscy spin-off: whoís seriously considering a move out of their area?
Why? The only contenders would be Liverpool or Santiago.*
We're finally putting our Chicago home on the market*
After leaving Southern Illinois about 7 or 8 years ago, I don't see any other moves
If I could suddenly find myself not needing a paycheck? Sure.
Probably in a couple years, but who knows. Five months ago I would have said a new job
All of the drama queen conservatives in the dreaded email clan
Iím still trying to figure out who is a DEMC member besides Hector
And they would undoubtedly quickly find fresh grievances to whine about in their new areas.*
Nope. Love Chicago and kids are in kick ass public school.
Would in a heartbeat, but never will.
Itís 9:30pm pst. Iím standing on the dunes at ocean beach...
you've got housing covered but you're prepared to spend $50k+/yr for private school?*
At Pescadero State Beach today with the littles looking for critters...
No interest in leaving family, friends, and this area at this point.
Your area wouldíve our first choice if we were to leave city*
Weíve got almost all of our family here, so weíre staying. Otherwise Iíd be out of IL in a second*
I think we're set for the foreseeable future w/ the Chicago home and the Up North getaway*
Howís the internet up north? Have you been able to work up there
Took a bit...actually told us they were maxed out for our area
If the in-laws retired to Florida weíd consider bailing.
Moving is easy, IMO, until you have a critical mass of children aged 7 to 18*
Not until in-state tuition is no longer needed, at least.*
Iíd love to move, I hate winters in Chicago, but wife is strongly opposed.
Same boat. She likes the snow
I want to visit snow. Snow in Chicago is pointless. Snow in the mountains is not*
I am absolutely over Midwest winters *
I do not miss them at all. *
Already did the Chicago to Minneapolis move. Wonít be here long term
My business gives me 0% of moving at the moment, but Id get the #### out of Chicago in a heartbeat*
Iím good thanks *
Calgary if possible. MT, WY, ID if not. *
Calgary? Interesting. Been there many times. Havenít thought of living there. Oil town*
i know a bunch of people there.... commodity people... great city. *
Good beer city from what Iíve read*
Iím stuck here for another 7 years becAuse of kids and ex-spice (nm)
I wish. (nm)
Spinoff....where would you move in a heartbeat if you could...within the US
West coast of Michigan or Colorado*
Small sample size, but the Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill area impressed me*
Come on down , we have a couple here already*
I used to think Colorado for its moderate temps, but then I calculated
LA Beach house *
Colorado, Utah, California, North Carolina, New Orleans.*
Tough one. Somewhere on a coast. West or East. Maybe Hawaii *
Bend, MT, or CO*
Dublin, Ohio. Most incrediblest town on Earth*
Carolinas or maybe Tennessee (nm)
Going to Charleston in late September
What, no love for Lincoln MT?
Hawaii? Probably north shore, Maui. Paia Area. *
I love Maui but couldnít live there full time
Mamaís every night?*
I mean...moneyís no object right? *
The beach. Colorado. If ďcouldĒ included affording a house, Southern Cal*
Iíve done it three time, will do one more
My wife is applying for a job in the city.
hopefully in a month out of Tiki's ward*
Our long term plan is to move to Nevada or Arizona
If i moved to that area, it'd be New Mexico.*
Why New Mexico? *
it's the Land of Enchantment*
I want to pack up and move to so many different places
Take the leap man.
Moving to the west coast was the best decision I ever made
Did you live in Chicago for a few years after Champaign before heading out?*
I'm not even sure how to go about finding a job in a different location
I think Indeed and linked in are the main job engines now?*
I consider myself lucky, did DC and Chicago for 16 yrs then came full circle back to the place. .
I did Boston, New York and dc then back to the green grass in Illinois. *
On month 9 of the biggest ruse of all time*
I did it in 2008...had visited some friends in San Francisco in February...
Didnít you get a free house?*
Not when I decided to move. Not until about 11 years later actually. *
Wow that's brave*
Not as brave as my story
Eh...it was likely more desperate....
I'm considering a move or second place somewhere in eastern Oregon or the Gorge*
I'm the opposite. The wife and I made the decision this week to move back to STL.
Did you prefer NYC to LA?*
Yes, by a wide margin.
Mass exodus from SoCal lately...Boise ID seems to be the new hot spot
Texas sucks so much. I can't imagine moving from SoCal to Texas.
There are so many awful looking subdivisions everywhere
I spent 6 months in Houston in a project years ago. It was an ok place. *
I'm seeing Texas & California plates everywhere in Portland. That's what got me thinking it may be..
In the before times, one of the booths at the farmers market was set up to convince people to move
I wouldn't say "seriously" as it's all thoughts and no actions at this point
We are, but would require me to find a new career
The second I retire we are getting out of IL. And maybe before that*
I moved to North Carolina almost 4 years ago. Good move.
Yup, we love that area and will move back when we return to the US
Itís still booming *
I would if the right offer came along. We have discussed exit strategy for awhile. *
Do you have a preference for location?
We have kick around an island but cost and healthcare is an issue. Honestly, after our two week trip