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27 minutes ago, cunninghamtheman said:

I love the mountains but c’mon everybody loves the beach more. Both have great nature views. And both can be desolate or crowded. Though desolate beaches are getting very hard to find. But if for no other reason than at the beach women wear almost nothing. In the mountains they wear three layers. I vote bikini over beenie and thick jacket all day!

To quote Yogi Berra ... "nobody goes there anymore, it's too crowded"     I like to fall asleep on the beach around 5 or 6:00.   Plus I'm with Ham on his point. although sometimes I wish some would cover up a little more.   A cocktail at a beach bar is classic!  

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1 hour ago, cunninghamtheman said:

I love the mountains but c’mon everybody loves the beach more. Both have great nature views. And both can be desolate or crowded. Though desolate beaches are getting very hard to find. But if for no other reason than at the beach women wear almost nothing. In the mountains they wear three layers. I vote bikini over beenie and thick jacket all day!

LOL, I wouldn't say everybody Ham. Yes, the beach has it's perks. Don't get me wrong. But I've never seen the mountains - at least where I've been - very crowded. Which is in Juniata (East Waterford) & Huntingdon (Orbisonia and Rockhill Furnace) counties. The key is to have a lady friend with you. Not just ones to look at LMAO

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38 minutes ago, joemas6 said:

To quote Yogi Berra ... "nobody goes there anymore, it's too crowded"     I like to fall asleep on the beach around 5 or 6:00.   Plus I'm with Ham on his point. although sometimes I wish some would cover up a little more.   A cocktail at a beach bar is classic!  

Yes, should be covered up more. Especially when………………never mind lol

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2 hours ago, joemas6 said:

To quote Yogi Berra ... "nobody goes there anymore, it's too crowded"     I like to fall asleep on the beach around 5 or 6:00.   Plus I'm with Ham on his point. although sometimes I wish some would cover up a little more.   A cocktail at a beach bar is classic!  

Used to love closing my eyes and hearing the waves come in lol

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1 minute ago, GreenbleedinFL said:

Used to love closing my eyes and hearing the waves come in lol

With the sun being low enough to give off just the right amount of warmth!   Get that nap in just before leaving, it's perfect!  

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I'll be using a knee walker from July 16th thru the end of Sept, so no beach in a few weeks.

The water temp here's only 60 today

Nude beaches are good and bad

Now that weeds legal here will be interesting if anything changes. Our town doesn't have any yet, voted them in tho. Just like alcohol, there's good drinkers and bad.

Saw Mrs Ertz got a goal

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41 minutes ago, EaglesTD123 said:

Looks awful inviting Wrang!

4 miles from my house. The bay is 1 mile. Looks a lot different than that power plant across the river from your house. LOL I spent 33 years working there.

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4 hours ago, joemas6 said:

With the sun being low enough to give off just the right amount of warmth!   Get that nap in just before leaving, it's perfect!  

Nuttin better than a nice umbrella drink,watching the sunset,hearing the waves and the final bird calls of the night

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53 minutes ago, 1wrangler said:

People moving here to Fort Myers in DROVES.It's insane.it's starting to look like Miami here.I like people,but not 24/7 and taking an hour to drive 5 miles.I'm on the "I love Ft Myers beach" site.And just the people on that site alone say "moving there in x amount of days" At least I'm "OUT" in the country,but 5 minutes from town.I like my "space" but I can lose the traffic  

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I'm so bored waiting for football to start.Hockey is over,basketball is over.We need to start a full contact CHECKERS league 🤣

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1 hour ago, 1wrangler said:

4 miles from my house. The bay is 1 mile. Looks a lot different than that power plant across the river from your house. LOL I spent 33 years working there.

LOL Yes, much diff than looking across the Susquehanna at Brunner Island.

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9 hours ago, GreenbleedinFL said:

People moving here to Fort Myers in DROVES.It's insane.it's starting to look like Miami here.I like people,but not 24/7 and taking an hour to drive 5 miles.I'm on the "I love Ft Myers beach" site.And just the people on that site alone say "moving there in x amount of days" At least I'm "OUT" in the country,but 5 minutes from town.I like my "space" but I can lose the traffic  

We were considering moving back to SW Florida some time ago then we visited relatives in the Punta Gorda/Port Charlotte area.  That cured me.

We live on a county road and I get annoyed if I have to wait for more than 1 car to get on the main road.

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You guys make me laugh calling your little foothills mountains. You want mountains go out to Montana, Wyoming or Colorado. My parents shipped me off to Montana for the summer when I was 13 (was a bit of a problem child) to live with my aunt. We were about 10 miles from Glacier National Park. When it's August and you are still seeing snow covered peaks then you can call them mountains. As for beaches I will stick with Minnesota they don't call us the land of 10,000 lakes for nothing. Although promoted as the "Land of 10,000 Lakes", Minnesota has 11,842 lakes of 10 acres or more.[1] The 1968 state survey found 15,291 lake basins, of which 3,257 were dry.[2] If all basins over 2.5 acres were counted, Minnesota would have 21,871 lakes. So many beaches you can always find a beach to yourself. I have 5 beaches within 10 mins of my house I love it.

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13 hours ago, GreenbleedinFL said:

People moving here to Fort Myers in DROVES.It's insane.it's starting to look like Miami here.I like people,but not 24/7 and taking an hour to drive 5 miles.I'm on the "I love Ft Myers beach" site.And just the people on that site alone say "moving there in x amount of days" At least I'm "OUT" in the country,but 5 minutes from town.I like my "space" but I can lose the traffic  

GB, I read not long ago that the US has roughly 10,000 citizens turning age 65 every day. Think about those numbers for a moment. Apparently that has been going on for the last 3 years and will continue to go on for the next 14 years. Most of these people will be retiring and a lot of them will be moving to a place they "want" to be for the first time in their lives. A lot of those folks are coming our way. That is why we have so many Eagles fans down here in Florida. Transplants. The most expensive baseball spring training tickets down here are the Yankees, Red Sox and Phillies.

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1 hour ago, downwithdallas said:

You guys make me laugh calling your little foothills mountains. You want mountains go out to Montana, Wyoming or Colorado. My parents shipped me off to Montana for the summer when I was 13 (was a bit of a problem child) to live with my aunt. 

You still are DWD. Didn't your aunt teach you anything????????????????

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2 hours ago, 1wrangler said:

You still are DWD. Didn't your aunt teach you anything????????????????

😁

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4 hours ago, downwithdallas said:

You guys make me laugh calling your little foothills mountains. You want mountains go out to Montana, Wyoming or Colorado. My parents shipped me off to Montana for the summer when I was 13 (was a bit of a problem child) to live with my aunt. We were about 10 miles from Glacier National Park. When it's August and you are still seeing snow covered peaks then you can call them mountains. As for beaches I will stick with Minnesota they don't call us the land of 10,000 lakes for nothing. Although promoted as the "Land of 10,000 Lakes", Minnesota has 11,842 lakes of 10 acres or more.[1] The 1968 state survey found 15,291 lake basins, of which 3,257 were dry.[2] If all basins over 2.5 acres were counted, Minnesota would have 21,871 lakes. So many beaches you can always find a beach to yourself. I have 5 beaches within 10 mins of my house I love it.

I didn’t know we were talking about lake beaches in southern Canada. What do you get like six weeks a year where girls actually wear bathing suits? And who wants to sit on a beach and worry about being attacked by a moose?

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