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|12/17/2014 1:43:21 PM - Derek
Become your neighbor? I thought you live in NorCal. Is it actually warm up there? I thought it was more like Seattle type weather, but maybe you don't live that far north. I'd like to move out of the cold to the west coast, but I'm scared of the crazy cost of living. The jobs probably pay a little more to make up for it though right?
We're NOTHING like Seattle weather. That is rainy and cold.
Nope, most of time it's sunny and the cold gets to a burly 50 degrees. Once it went to freezing. Had to cover my orange trees.
I don't know how some people do it out here. Your assessment of the cost of living is fairly accurate.
Housing is off the hook
Salaries aren't THAT much different.
What I don't get is how some people can survive on a ONE income house.
We have a dual income, we pay our bills as they come in. Our mortgage is paid. Food is on the table. We don't live extravagantly, but we do take a yearly vacation. But we look for deals there too.
Some folks here must be WAY ABOVE their heads. I don't get it.
BUT...if I had my way, I'd move ALL my friends close to here. I love the beach, Tahoe and snow is two hours away in the opposite direction.
A quick flight gets me to the South Pacific in a hurry.
Burritos are awesome and we have the BEST sushi.
I ride my bike to work most days. Hardly use any heat or air conditioning.
Doors are kept wide open and I'm a Californian, DUDE!
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