Living & Working in Great Places
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I just recently returned from Tucson. I went to visit friends and got a taste of what the area has to offer. Now I'm thinking of moving down there in September. Tucson equals a good job, good friends, and opportunity to hike and snowboard. The more I think about it, the more excited I get.
However, prior to the trip, I was contemplating Girdwood, AK. I have a strong pull to get to "the last frontier". The town of Girdwood sounds like a harmonious piece of heaven. I don't know anyone there, but I'm completely comfortable with that. I actually prefer to head somewhere where I know no one. It's scary and exhilerating and I love that feeling. Alaska would definitely fling me far from my comfort zone and that excites me.
It is only June and I have plenty of time to dwell and conjure a plan, but if anyone has anything to add (pros and cons) to either place, I would love to hear them.
Side note: Instead of moving drastically to the north or south, I was maybe thinking of trying Winter Park, CO for a season. It's a nice area. However, this is solidly option 3. Again, if anyone has any info, comments, or experiences with any place above, I would appreciate the response. Thanks.