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Who Is Your Geographically Closest SFer?


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I'm around sixty miles North of San Francisco, in an area renowned horticulturist Luther Burbank called "the chosen spot of all this earth as far as Nature is concerned."

??? Detroit is not very close, though.

I always thought Redding, California to be one of the richest horticultural locations in the USA. Seems almost anything will grow in that climate.

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I'm moving.

There goes the neighborhood.

Just kiddin'. I'm a Northern California native, and not real well travelled, but the San Francisco Bay Area and its environs are pretty damned all right, in terms of climate and culture. I don't know anybody who's relocated here that has thought it was a bad move.

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To anyone outside of California, housing prices here are shocking. In west Sonoma County where I live, prices haven't dropped as much as elsewhere.

This area is an odd mix of rich hippies and old-time farms, New Age philosophy and apple orchards converted to vineyards, redwood groves and sheep on the hillsides.

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Ten minutes from the Ocean. Little more than an hour from San Francisco. ( Not my property. I wish.)

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