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    Quote Originally Posted by therefinery View Post
    Please warn me next time. I almost hurt myself falling down reading your post.
    I was serious about St. George. What do you find funny about it?
    Last edited by 21forme; 04-14-2019 at 03:46 PM. Reason: typo

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    Quote Originally Posted by 21forme View Post
    I was serious about St. George. What do you find funny about it?
    I didn't say it was funny. I said I fell down -- from the shock of you helping MWP!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by therefinery View Post
    I didn't say it was funny. I said I fell down -- from the shock of you helping MWP!!
    OK, now I get it.

    As with Zee, sometimes I have weak moments and post something helpful for them. In this case, you know as well as I do that MWP will never leave his cherished UP, even in the dead of winter. We both know his life is not complete without being able to complain about the weather. Is that better now?

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    Going to St George again next month to look at houses. I'm tired of upstate NY winters! Hoping to move in late 2020.....

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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.
    Well congratulations, for once you gave something other than a smart ass answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by albee View Post
    Going to St George again next month to look at houses. I'm tired of upstate NY winters! Hoping to move in late 2020.....
    St. George, Utah is the fastest growing metro area in USA.
    https://start.att.net/news/read/cate...ica-rnewsernor

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    Mesquite is fastest growing city in Nevada. I know AceTen liked the place.
    https://mesquitelocalnews.com/2017/0...g-city-nevada/

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    Casino shuttle from St George to Las Vegas only $19.
    https://www.stgshuttle.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midwest Player View Post
    Well congratulations, for once you gave something other than a smart ass answer.
    Gee, thanks. And back at ya - thanks for not creating a useless poll, telling us how much snow you shoveled today, or stirring up trouble involving banned forum miscreants.

    Back on topic, St. George isn't far from both Bryce and Zion NPs, two of my favorites (which is how I happened across St George). IMO, Utah has the most stunning scenery of any state.

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    Welcome to MWP's blog!

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