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    Looking for Snowbird Destination With Casinos Nearby

    Zee's road trip from Las Vegas made me think of Palm Springs CA as a possible winter snowbird destination. I will never move from the best place on earth, the good ole U.P., but I wouldn't mind getting away for a couple of months in the winter.

    I'm interested in a low population area and it looks like Palm Springs is only about 50,000. Can anyone tell me if Palm Springs would be a good place to get away to for a month or so. I also thought Mesquite NV might be another good snowbird destination. Anybody have any thoughts on either of these destinations.

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    Mexico.

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    Something doesn't seem quite right here:

    Quote Originally Posted by Midwest Player View Post
    I will never move from the best place on earth, the good ole U.P.
    Quote Originally Posted by Midwest Player View Post
    I spent 1.5 hours snow shoveling yesterday, and it better be the last time for this winter. The storm couldn't compare to last year's April blizzard, but still was bad at the peak with high winds approaching 60 mph. Snow got whipped around pretty good. Some areas got up to 10 inches, and all the schools closed. This storm will delay the spring snow melt by at least 5 days. I still have 2 feet of snow in my back yard. Just think, in 6 months we start all over again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 21forme View Post
    Something doesn't seem quite right here:
    There's nowhere else he can live and complain 9 months of the year.

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    Looking for some cool babes. Then head up north to Lake Superior.
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...te-FROZEN.html

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    Mesquite is affordable. Palm Springs, for me....not so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by albee View Post
    Mesquite is affordable. Palm Springs, for me....not so much.
    Thanks for answering.

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    You would not like Palm Springs area traffic either given your aversion to anyone or anything but wildlife or snow being on the road. Proximity to LA and San Diego. Freeway has 5-7 lanes not sure. Morning and afternoon traffic both can pile up. Its not horrible, but it’s not what you’re picturing from a small city, closer to traffic from a stand alone medium-large city in the Midwest, somewhere between KC/STL and Minneapolis type traffic.

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    St. George, UT. Warm, arid climate in winter, fairly remote, large senior population, not pricey, about 2 hours from Vegas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 21forme View Post
    St. George, UT. Warm, arid climate in winter, fairly remote, large senior population, not pricey, about 2 hours from Vegas.
    Please warn me next time. I almost hurt myself falling down reading your post.

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