Question of the day

Are you happy with where you live?

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16 Responses to Question of the day

    • mssc54 says:

      I can be at the (real) beach in less than thirty minutes, even during the peak of tourist season and be in the mountains in about three and a half hours.

      We have the longest deer hunting season in the entire country. It opens on August 15th and runs through Jan 1st. And we dont fool around with primative weapon this week, shotgun or rifle that week either. Shoot what you got and you can get two antlered deer a day. Pluss there are antlerless deer days AND you can buy up to four anterless deer tags to fill at your liesure.

      I don’t care for snow on the ground for weeks at a time so two to four inches of snow every five to ten years suites me just fine.

      Heck we even have a shrimping season. You make up bait balls, go out in your boat or stand on a dock and throw your cast net out and catch shrimp! Trust me though, that is way over simplifying it but those are the basics of it.

      Because of the weather we have a very long growing season which I like too. Just in my back yard I have two peach trees, two big fig trees, a plum tree a thirty by thirty garden and on the side yard I have ten blueberry bushes!

  1. Jenny says:

    Yes I am.

  2. SKL says:

    Ha ha, maybe it should have said “why”? Looks like answers will be short today!

  3. Nikki says:

    Yes, I love the town I live in, and the neighborhood I live in. I seriously don’t ever see us moving from here.

  4. Karen Joy says:

    I love my house and “where”in the town its located(nice lot) and we are a nice distance from the city but I so look forward to the day we move..I dont much care for this town.

    • Joy says:

      Some of the small towns up there are really something else. Where would you like to live?

      • Karen Joy says:

        Im not really sure.If we are talking about dreaming I would love to move to AZ.If I have to stay in MB then maybe just outside WPG off the main hwy.I like country type living but not way out in the boonies!Still nice and close to everything.Yes small towns can be a little to much at times.I do not like EVERYONE knowing my business.

  5. Phyllis says:

    I love where I live. Laura will agree I’ve got the best neighbors in the world to my south (her folks), and while a few houses have been sold over the years, most of the people on the street have been here 30+ yrs. My house is great for my needs and has been for 40 yrs. Our town is mostly quiet, and neighbors actually KNOW each other without being in every elses business. It’s truly a great place!

  6. Jason says:

    I like where we live too. I feel like we know everyone within a square mile of us that we could all be related somehow……

  7. Laura says:

    Hmmm…. looks like i’m the odd man out. Ok, I don’t HATE where I live, but there are things I’d do differently, if I could. I’ve always wanted to live in the North Woods (like Northern Wisconsin), so anything that isn’t that… a cabin on the shores of a lake, with a TON of snow in the winters… pales by comparison. So, in that respect, no, I don’t like where I live.

    But having said that, we have a beautiful house, live on a large piece of land where I have the benefit of equine interaction almost daily. We live outside a really nice small town, with an amazing school for Josh, and with really, really nice people living there. So, on balance, yeah, I like where we live… if it can’t be the North Woods, this place is good, too.

  8. lucy says:

    Yes and No. I love that it is warm for MANY MANY months out of the year. I love the vibrant city that always has something to offer. I love he quirkyness it has to offer. BUT, I don’t like that it doesn’t snow, that there are no 4 seasons, that it gets WAY WAY WAY to hot over the summer.

  9. Joy says:

    I LOVE where we live. I just hate my house. I need the Extreme Home Makeover team to come here and take a wrecking ball to it and start all over. I love the property. That’s why we bought it. The minute I saw I felt at home.

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