Been a good 20 for me... all about a balancing act. Depending on the area you look at, and where you compare to, how you pay, you get "more" for your money there than other places.Grew up in New England, and moved away close to thirty years ago. Hyper Expensive up there nowadays, Could never go back.
Signed. Some very notable comments on why one should move here or there and under what conditions for sure. Especially CT. But we do need to protect our interests, hobbies and dreams too. Our small general aviation airports are also being sought after too (noise abatement as an example), our farms and open space as a whole too. We, as a society need to protect our interests. What about woods and forests to venture into to camp, hike, hunt and just relax for a bit? Not having cell connectivity for a bit isn't all bad and it wasn't all that long ago when it didn't even exist. Show of hands. Who remembers that era? Double edged sword, right? It is this platform that keeps us in the loop of such things and I am very glad to be a part of it. When we lost the race track at Danbury Fair to a mall it was tragic to many generations of folks. My neighbor still has two cars from that track and goes to shows with them. Shame the track is gone. Seems that the $$ or bit coin or whatever always has been the end desire. Always will be.
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