frbnkslady 48F
3442 posts
4/22/2006 9:54 am

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Mz Hunyz just posted a question wanting to know where everyone is from. I would like to know why you live there?? Ever try anywhere else? Is IT your 'home' or are you just residing?? Biding your time there??? What makes it special?
I moved up here to Alaska 3.5 yrs ago, after falling in love with it on a few vacations. This is my 'home'. I have been to just about all the states, but this is 'it'.
I love the vast open space, the freedom she represents. The openess of 99% of the people. The way you are accepted for who you are.
She is one helluva gorgeous state. We are BIGGER then Texas, and have more coastline then all the rest put together.Our temps can range over a 100 degrees difference in 1 day across the state.
So much to see and do. I am not a city person, so I do not mind the lack of ammenities, not that we are lacking in too much any more...
This is my 'start over'. I am still recovering from a divorce. Been almost 7 yrs, but I am still paying on a house I haven't lived in in 7 yrs and he hasn't owned in 6... Go figure...
But I love the chances I am able to take up here... the beauty I am surrounded by, given to enjoy. The new friends I have made.WHERE I CUM FROM


rm_cru1972 44M
4407 posts
4/23/2006 12:09 am

I have to many to list. I was stationed at Elmendorf for a couple of weeks to train some ppl there, I didn't get to see anything but the base. I do plan on coming up for a vac sometime though

frbnkslady replies on 4/23/2006 1:16 am:
That would be awesome... any part in particular?? T

tillerbabe 56F

4/22/2006 8:24 pm

I live in Seattle - grew up in Edmonds, (A little town 15 miles north of Seattle), I've always lived here - I probably won't live anywhere else until I retire from the Fire Department. I love the quick access to the ocean, the mountians, the desert - my roots run deep here!

frbnkslady replies on 4/22/2006 11:58 pm:
I enjoyed Seattle. In fact I stayed out on Camano Island New Years week '02. Loved it, and the peeps I meet were the best, with 1 T

jd29992z 54M
3888 posts
4/22/2006 6:42 pm

Yes I have always wanted to visit Alaska like you said the open wild land. The hardy breed that lives there they say you really don't own the land it owns you up there. And I like to tell people from Texas if they cut Alaska in half you would be ther third largest state he he! I live in Pensacola FL because I work offshore in the oil field I have been a diver all the way to a superintendent. We do the underwater work on pipelines and platforms. Like Alaska working on the sea is wild you can go from flat calm to holy S*&T in seconds sometimes. It is a thrill. I live in Pensacola because when I wanted to buy a house it was close enough but far enough away from work plus they have a great beach there too. Well maybe someday I can visit Alaska that would be great but i would want to take the fary from Washington up there I understand that is a cool trip plus you can't take the ocean out of an old salt lol. See you JD

frbnkslady replies on 4/22/2006 11:56 pm:
LOL.. Bet if you came up here you just might change your mind. YOu know that half our population is vactioners who came and never went home??? T

goodlkgwithpad 54M

4/22/2006 4:21 pm

heya hon...

damn...born in new york....moved to los angeles at 5....moved to alaska at 12.....been here ever since

frbnkslady replies on 4/22/2006 4:56 pm:
Why do you love/like it here?? What makes it your 'home'???T

LoveToLixxxxxxx 55M

4/22/2006 1:23 pm

Well I lived in Pa and in 87 got divorced, so I decided to move as far away from her as possible without leaving the country, It worked, she has never been here. But yes this is my home, I have seen all but 7 states (Hawaii & the 6 new England states), and in 2003 I left to go help my little bro rebuild in OK after a tornado, but from may to aug I stopped and visited family(NY,PA,OH,VA, WVA, TN,UT, then finally to OK) where I got stuck for a year helping him. Gawd I could not wait to get back to Alaska. There you have it

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frbnkslady replies on 4/22/2006 1:31 pm:
LMAO.. I left mine in NY, yours is in PA... Want to introduce them????
Its home huh??? T

saddletrampsk 54F

4/22/2006 12:37 pm

I am currently living in Saskatchewan on a farm..but I spent 13 years in the arctic and feel in love with the land and the ppl of the north..

You are cordially invited to [post 319220]for some down on the farm fun..hope you can make it..

frbnkslady replies on 4/22/2006 1:29 pm:
LOL... Cool peeps huh?? I will accept you invite, ty T

100prcntnocnt 49F

4/22/2006 11:01 am

Being an Army brat, I was born in CA and grew up in TX. When my parents split, ended back up in CA. I hated it there. Saw most every state when I drove cross-country. When the relationship I was in, was finally beyond any help, I had decided to move out. Applied for a job up here on a whim, got it and was told I needed to be here in 2 weeks. Sold everything I had (left him ALOT more), packed my kids, my dog, our clothes and my computer in my truck and came up. Was weird soon as I crossed the border, I knew I was "home", like this is where I belong. And I'm still here.

frbnkslady replies on 4/22/2006 1:29 pm:
I SOOOOO know what you mean. I came up here on vacation a few times. The last one 7/'02, I went home, called my dad a few days later, told him I was moving up...He was surprised it took me that long to decide. LOL
It took me 4 months, to trash, pack and sell everything. I flew up with 3 suitecases, 1 trunk and my cat. My son was already here living with Grandpa...
I have never ever regretted my decision to move across country. I LOVE HERE> T

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