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Subject: Re: What is the best state to retire in? Date: 5/12/2004 12:32 AM
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Just for giggles, you might want to try the questionaire at www.findyourspot.com

I've long wanted to move to WA in the outlying area of Seattle (Snohomish/Lake Stephens area). The results I got from the profile gave me Port Townsend and Sequim to look at - would've never given it a thought as being dryer than the Seattle area.

Note that the results from this site is limited in the number of locations that it yields, but it's still good to toss some ideas into the hat that one may not think of on their own.

I'm getting pressed for looking further south as an alternative as half of my in-laws are moving to Bend, OR later this year. But there ain't no way they're getting this SoCal native to move where he has to own a snowblower!
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