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Places I have lived

This is a list of all the places I have lived since birth.

Updated April 2, 2009
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  1. Free! "General Tips & Advice" in Landisburg, Pennsylvania, USA
    I remember living in Landisburg when I was pretty small. We lived in the country and had a small farm of a few pigs, a cow, some chickens, two mean geese, and a Shetland pony. Even at age 6, I had to walk a quarter of a mile to the bus stop for schoo…
  2. Free! "General Tips & Advice" in Loysville, Pennsylvania, USA
    During this age, I lived in a small township called Green Park, which was so tiny it still doesn't show up on the map. So I selected Loysville since it's only a few miles away.
  3. Free! "General Tips & Advice" in New Bloomfield, Pennsylvania, USA
    New Bloomfield was a great place to live when I was a kid. We lived on the main street only a block from the center of town (which was a roundabout with a monument in the center). The school was only a block away and we could watch parades from the f…
  4. Free! "General Tips & Advice" in Newport, Pennsylvania, USA
    The town of Newport is very small...about 4,000 people. The high school combined 7th through 12th grades. We only had 88 people in my class. Since there was nothing to do in town, I would often walk (or rid my bike) six miles to the state park to …
  5. Free! "General Tips & Advice" in San Antonio, Texas, USA
    After high school, I entered the Air Force and was sent to San Antonio to basic training. I wasn't used to the heat, especially in December, and I passed out for the very first time. On pass, I explored the river walk and the Alamo (recommended).
  6. Free! "General Tips & Advice" in Rantoul, Illinois, USA
    I only spent four months in Rantoul, but I felt like I was doomed to a frozen hell. The wind chill was 75 degrees below zero on more than one occasion and the snow was in white-out conditions many times. One didn't leave the dorm room without donning…
  7. Free! "General Tips & Advice" in Dover, Delaware, USA
    ...and pot was everywhere! The security police were the worst offenders, often confiscating it from those stopped by the drug dogs and then pocketing it for themselves. I loved Dover! It was close to the ocean and beaches and not that far from Was…
  8. Free! "General Tips & Advice" in Frankfurt am Main, Germany
    I didn't get too see too much of Germany during my tour between 1979-1981. I spent most of the time working 12 hour shifts, 7 days a week. Our Air Force unit was undermanned, so we had to work the long hours (at no extra pay, of course).
  9. Free! "General Tips & Advice" in Jacksonville, Arkansas, USA
    What can I say about Jacksonville...the people there weren't hillbillies, but they weren't the brightest light bulbs...at least those I had the chance to interact with. Who makes a right-hand turn onto a street from the left lane of a double-lane, on…
  10. Free! "General Tips & Advice" in Frankfurt am Main, Germany
    I got to see a lot of Germany during this tour. My favorite was Rudesheim. I also loved the indoor swimming pools in Frankfurt. Place in Germany are very clean (at least they were). Someone is always sweeping the sidewalks, picking up litter or pl…
  11. Free! "General Tips & Advice" in San Bernardino, California, USA
    Southern California is an ok to visit...there are a lot of things you can do. But I don't recommend living there. It's very fast pace, people don't really interact with you and are more concerned with themselves, and you can't see the beautiful mount…
  12. Free! "General Tips & Advice" in Longview, Texas, USA
    One thing I learned living in Texas...especially east Texas...if you didn't wear cowboy boots, love country music, were a fanatic about football, and weren't a Baptist, you would never fit in and be accepted. The humidity in east TX starting in Ma…
  13. Free! "General Tips & Advice" in Seattle, Washington, USA
    I love Seattle and really feel at home here. The weather is usually mild...not too hot and not too cold. The people are accepting of others and are more liberal than conservative (like me). There's a lot to do there, too. We have theater, symphonies,…
Maytan says:
Seattle is a nice place to visit and after that can proceed to next destination - Vancouver. We have a group of friends consists of 11 adults and 2 kids will visit Seattle in this coming September. Still looking for apartment for short stay at Redmond, Wa. Any recommendation?
Posted on: Jun 07, 2015
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