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I Live In New England

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I love New England. born and raised here.
46-50, F
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Apr 17, 2017
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I do as well! First on the north shore of Massachusetts, in Ipswich. And now in the mountians of northern New Hampshire

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river52 · 61-69, M
did an RV trip up the East coast a couple years ago...absolutely beautiful area !!!!!
Did you make Bah hahbah? En points east?@river52:
river52 · 61-69, M
@JoanieNewHampshire: Baltimore up to Portland that trip
We have family north of Baltimore go there for the forth. To hot for me though. And Portland is just down the street. Nice old town, fun to visit. I grew up just north of Boston on cape Ann lobstah and clams daily.@river52:
cercisflowertoo · 46-50, F
Thanks Bela
laotzu92 · 61-69, M
i used to live in New England but have migrated to Pacific Northwest. Similar topography but less humidity and bugs. [image=https://photos1.similarworlds.com/00/00/00/00/00/49/85/32/laotzu92-qD1b2zFJ8-b.jpg]
@laotzu92: the north west! Bold and beautiful in ever bit of its geography and climate it would be a place I could live.
laotzu92 · 61-69, M
@JoanieNewHampshire: i moved a couple of years ago and feel it was the right choice.
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Loved visiting there many times
Newfound · 36-40, M
Me too, western mass
Mmiker · 36-40, M
Are you a sports fan?
cercisflowertoo · 46-50, F
[@559970,Mmiker] I am ! Love the Pat's and Bruins
Mmiker · 36-40, M
Greatest city for sports. Basketball and baseball too. Big fan of Brady too.
Bustoff77 · 41-45, M
Me too 👍🏈🎣🥃. Lol
Cantsayno · 51-55, M
Me too, Go Pats !!!!
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