Originally Posted by Binarysailor
I'm heading back to Nap town for the boat show
. I will say I've never considered Virginia or MD as relocation places. I'll have to take anothwr look when we go.
Sail monkey ur points on Houston
are well taken. Unless I was interested in viewing oil
SFD every house I've owned was purchased in need of extensive repair and sold for top $. And most of the work I do myself.
As for jobs the Mrs and I are both in a allied medical
field. If where we move has a hospital I am confident we can get a job.
looks like it really pulling ahead here. I lived in St. Pete a long time back. Never thought I'd be back.
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I'm not sure why you mentioned Chicago specifically, but your professions clearly open you up to the entire Great Lakes
region. Consider Wisconsin or Michigan. My nephew's wife is a doctor and works at several different hospitals in Michigan and they enjoy power boating
on Lake Michigan.
While skiing at Mont Ripley in Houghton, MI, I shared several chairlift rides with a Michigan Tech professor from the United Kingdom. I asked him how he ended up picking such a place to live. He said, "I love skiing and I love sailing. This offers me both on a daily basis."
Green Bay, WI has several Hospitals, much lower cost of living, and only 3 1/2 hours north of Chicago.