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Do you prefer living inland or near water?

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asked Jul 18, 2016 in All The Rest by WOLF (538,500 points)

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1. Mosquitoes in the summer - hella bad since you're near the water.

2. Hella COLD in the winter with all that arctic air blowing off the water.

3. Living in Hawaii? Dangerously high surf in the winter time where your house could literally be washed off its foundation, and the ever present really real danger of Tsunamis. The last one (From the Japan Earthquake) did tens of millions of dollars in damage to a lot of homes.  

answered Jul 18, 2016 by hnygrl (266,180 points)
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Water. The vast majorityh of my life I have spent living within 7 miles or less of the ocean. Living on a huge lake sounds good to unless it is one of those that freezes in the winter.

"Tired of *people* and their bull sh*t, yours, theirs, and mostly mine' ~Me~

answered Jul 18, 2016 by BUFFER (1,389,250 points)
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Probably Inland, however I do own a place on the Atlantic north of Lisbon

“Better a true enemy than a false friend.”

answered Jul 18, 2016 by Archerchef (1,296,570 points)
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My zodiac sign is Cancer ...which is a water sign.

So ...give me the water or give me death!

answered Jul 18, 2016 by UnfulfilledDesires (1,895,350 points)
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Near water because I love the ocean

The thing about pain is, it demands to be felt

answered Jul 18, 2016 by Gigi57 (1,855,000 points)
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Me -------> 

answered Jul 18, 2016 by justpassingthru (786,250 points)
How are you surviving the heat?  Have you retreated yet to the White Mountains yet to escape the heat.  I have several friends who have done that for this month and next.  They are in and around Show Low, they it is at lest 20 degrees cooler
I'm hanging in there, thanks for asking! I was in Bisbee the week before last, and it was about 20 degrees cooler than Phoenix there. So that was a welcome break.  

The funny thing is, as I get older, I find that I actually feel *better* in the heat - my arthritic joints don't ache as much as when it's cooler out.
No problem, arthritis is nasty know a couple of former coworkers who were laid low by early onset
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Water!  I'm a Michigander. 

answered Jul 19, 2016 by grinandbareit (382,710 points)
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Although I love the water, I would not want to live near it.  My sister lives a block from the lake.  She has ants invading in winter, flooding and lake effect heavy snows.  

answered Jan 12 by Cinders717 (1,976,310 points)
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Near the water, I love the ocean, and I'm studying marine life

“The lesson is that you can still make mistakes and be forgiven.” – Robert Downey Jr.

answered Jan 12 by Sheogorath (109,340 points)
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I love the water..... or somewhere reasonably close to some

"He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life." - Muhammad Ali

answered Jan 12 by king313 (502,390 points)
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 Some parts of the California coast, otherwise, inland

Dictators ride to & fro on tigers they dare not dismount. And the tigers are getting hungry.

answered Jan 12 by lavender (1,135,840 points)
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I gotta live on a coast. I want to be able to at least DRIVE to water within an hour or so. I would hate being in a landlocked place.

answered Jan 12 by sweetness04 (2,520 points)
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Oops Already answered.

Carry on.

answered Jan 12 by hnygrl (266,180 points)
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