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I'll stay right where I am in NE PA. Our Gov. is trying his best to keep the numbers down.

 

This pandemic has, if nothing else, has made me realize which states I will never step foot in, even after this is over, if it ever is.  I am mortified by some of the do nothing, let it run wild governors.

 

I feel terrible for the medical personnel dealing with the sheer amount of sickness and death in some of these places.

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I have always said you can take me out of New England but you can't take the New England out of me...........therefore I would never leave.........mountains and ocean all within a cars drive, who could ask for more?

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@CrazyKittyLvr2 wrote:

I'll stay right where I am in NE PA. Our Gov. is trying his best to keep the numbers down.

 

This pandemic has, if nothing else, has made me realize which states I will never step foot in, even after this is over, if it ever is.  I am mortified by some of the do nothing, let it run wild governors.

 

I feel terrible for the medical personnel dealing with the sheer amount of sickness and death in some of these places.


@CrazyKittyLvr2 ,  Well said, I feel the same way.

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@KarenQVC wrote:

If you could take a 1 year lease on a place in the continental US where would you go?

 

Your two goals would be to avoid the virus and to be kind of close to a hospital which you hope will not be overwhelmed.


I'm good right where I am on those goals. Although if things get worse in my state, I may do curbside pickup, something I've avoided thus far. Cat Sad

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Most people aren't cut out for living that remote.

 

I once looked at a beautiful property in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. No street address, only gps coordinates. No mail service, you get a PO box in town. 

 

No UPS, no FedEx. Satellite service for tv and cell. You may need to drive to town to make a call. Propane was a portable tank you load on a pick up and take into town to fill. Wood heat for a backup. 

 

 

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@Snowpuppy I couldn't do that.

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Maybe somewhere out in the country though I'm in a relatively lower incidence area here so I'll just stay put where I can at least have groceries delivered. 

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A condo near the ocean in a nearby state that has lower population density.

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I would stay where I am in Maryland, even though we are spiking a bit.

 

We have strong leaders, especially our county executive, and some of the best hospitals and doctors in the world.

 

I can find almost everything I could ever need or want a very short distance away.

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I literally need to stay where I am. My doctor is head of St. Francis Cardiology and he saved my life. He is the same doctor that saved Susan Lucci and living near him gives me a lot of hope for my future....