Sunday, August 16, 2020

Oregon home location. inland vs ocean, Pullman WA, oregon Idaho university

West coast has riots, minorities,
pot smokers, addicts, homeless,
pandemic lockdowns, huge population, hard to find peace,
smog, fires, traffic,
taxes, regulations.

Everything is uncertain now.

At least find a state with less taxes and regulations that does not change much over time.

Prices will be changing.
There will be lower rents and house prices in many areas.

Pandemic will be over this year but economy will be greatly changed.
Less gambling, casinos, travel, hotels, resorts,….

I lived many places in many states.
Some old places may become great again.

Will know more in a month to see which colleges are functioning again.

Colleges always a huge space where you can walk around safely all day.
Full of jobs and interesting things to do, gyms, libraries, fields, classes,...


To: Ruthe

There are lots of great places.
But suddenly changed due to pandemic.
Too many people a problem.
Indoors a problem.

Springfield is good but much fewer people in Oregon WA coastal areas.
Milder weather can get outdoors a lot.

I Spent 6+ hours outdoor in SF SD Arcata Humboldt north coast
And Tahoe and Boston summers.
Missouri Ozarks lakes.
Since 1967 little change

Good for math thinking
avoid viruses

Can do again.

Eugene Corvallis Ashland Oregon
Vancouver WA
On I5 inland enough to miss worst rain and Tsunami on the coast

Better services inland

Prices will fall as colleges shrink.
Cheap rent
Beg you to move in.

to live cheaply
to live there long term.

More jobs in sanitizing and medical testing tracing
Drive thru fast food

On Jul 13, 2020, at 10:58,

> Actually I didn't have much choice for 21 years.
> I went where Skylair took me!
> When I left Skylair many times I chose to live near family
> in Porterville or Fresno.
> Ventura was also Skylair's idea since his Aunt and Uncle lived there.
> But that time on the beach was the best place I lived. Trips to Pismo
> are the most relaxing I have.
> I don't want to live near family or inland now. I am very adaptable
> and open minded, I can live anywhere. It's a state of mind.
> Ruthe
> On Monday, July 13, 2020, 05:03:30 AM PDT, joe
> Ruthe,
> You have usually chosen to live inland.
> Gets harder to learn the ocean lifestyle as you get older.
> Jobs different,
> Culture different,
> Health problems different,..
> You could easily have moved 1980 SF bay area when I was there
> and you were young and easy to train for coastal type jobs,...
> I have usually chosen the coastal areas in California,… since 1967.
> Nevada beach is better than California.
> Missouri has better beaches than Oregon or Washington.
> Beaches are a joke north of Los Angeles, best avoided, slum areas, addicts, drunks, abandoned cars, crime, noise,..
> SF gets 3 days a year with good enough weather to go to the beach.
> Inland you get away from the ocean problems.
> Have to study each area carefully.
> Inland Oregon gets colder and drier —
> Colder is a problem in all northern areas.
> Why most live along I-5 Oregon, WA
> balance wet and cold.
> Good areas get built on first and have lots of people and old houses built up over many years.
> Due to good Jobs, businesses, and culture where working people want to live there.
> Study the economy if that is what you should be doing and associating with those who do.
> From: Ruthe
> Too far from the ocean.
> Joe wrote:
> 50 miles from Pullman washington state university
> 2 universities
> Biggest in the 2 states
> Same fertile farms lentils wheat
> Few people
> Great jobs
> Well educated valley
> Mormons no smoke drugs
> Clean
> White
> No crime
> Https://,_Idaho

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