I want to live within an hour of Cedar Point and SFMM. What about you. ----------------- "What kind of person would pay money to see a Jay and Silent Bob Movie?" says Holden McNeil *looking at the audience*
Well I have lived in both a big city, and a little town. Right now I am in the little town and I love it. You know everyone and the people couldn't be nicer. Since this is the case I would just die If I lived In Santa Claus Indiana. Small country life, with Holiday World in your backround...Mmmm Mmm thats the life!
Like you coastergoose, I would want to live near Cedar Point and/or SFMM. But I would also like to live in California, because they have so many amusment parks!!!! So does Ohio, but otherwise, Ohio seems pretty boreing.
Well, currently I live between PGA and SFMW. However, I'm moving to Virginia within a year's time, and I'll be living inbetween BGW and PKD. It's going to be awesome. :) I would love to live near IOA, since it's my favorite theme park where my favorite coaster, The Incredible Hulk, resides. However, Florida is just way too humid and tropical for my tastes. I love to visit, but could never live there. Virginia on the other hand, is beautiful, has seasons, lot's of American history, and is only within a day's drive of about 60 different theme/amusement parks that I counted. So that's where it's at for me! ;) -----------------
I'd love to live right where I am. Within 2 hours of 3 CCIs, which is in this state's tourist trap capitol! Mmmm... I'm drooling just thinking about the overpriced CCIs! ----------------- Sammy resides in a popcorn box 8 inches under as of 10/24 4:30PM. Sammy was my cockatiel.
Well i think I live in the perfect location, 2 minutes from SFWoA and 1 hour from CP. 1 1/2 hour from ennywood. Ohio isn't that bad, who am i kidding it is, all there is to do is amusement parks and sports. However it is better than Idaho and the Dakotas. And Arkansas. It's ok, im just glad there are so many options for sports, and good competition, i would like to maybe live in Valencia, except for earthquakes it wouldnt be bad
I would love to live in the California area because there are so many great parks in the area. I would love living near SFGAm or Cedar Point, but the area has also got to have other things to do (snowboarding, sports teams, events). If I were to move out some where warm (California or Florida), I would love to trade in my car now for a Toyota Supra with twin turbos.
------------- "Duff Man Says... Ohhh Yeah!" Current Favorite Coasters: 1)Raging Bull 2)Millennium Force 3)Medusa (SFMW) 4)Vertical Velocity (SFGAm) 5)Dueling Dragons (Ice)
I like liveing near SFGam but i would really love to live near Cedar Point or inbetween Cedar Point and the park near Dayton, OH. ----------------- I may be from IL, but i sure can't get enough of the FORCE. MF!!!
I LOVE just where I live! I live near St. Louis, in Illinois. The city I live in isn't really really big, but it is kinda big. It's kinda like we live very close to the St. Louis attractions, but we don't really have to deal with the St. Louis traffic all the time. I LOVE my home park, SFSTL. I know alot of people would like to be near a larger park, but I'm very happy where I am now. Plus, if I lived somewhere else, I might not have the friends I have here!
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I'd want to live near Orlando too because of not only the parks, but the sporting events too. The Atlanta Braves have Spring Training in Disney, there's the Orlando Magic, and only a drive away is the Tampa Bay Rays.
California seems great too because of year round operation. There is also many great sporting events like the Anaheim Angels, Los Angelos Dodgers, UCLA football, and the San Diego Chargers. Except I wouldn't want to live near Los Angeles because of a high crime rate in that area.
----------------- "What kind of person would pay money to see a Jay and Silent Bob Movie?" says Holden McNeil *looking at the audience*