Sep 02, 2015 8:42 PM GMT
Anybody got any advice, thoughts, warnings, info of any kind about moving to Washington?
cunjevoi saidThat is true about the big one, there will be a gigantic earthquake in that area sooner or later, could be next week, could be next century, but it is coming. (Unlike Jesus)The entire Ring of Fire around the Pacific is due for the "big one" or big ones. Since all of Taiwan in seismically unstable and has major faults slicing through it, I am curious as to how Taipei's signature 101 story skyscraper is going to withstand a violent temblor. Is it designed to withstand violent earthquakes or are they playing Russian roulette with this bad boy
AlphaDen saidAnybody got any advice, thoughts, warnings, info of any kind about moving to Washington?
FitBlackCuddler saidThere are also four seasons in South Florida:AlphaDen saidAnybody got any advice, thoughts, warnings, info of any kind about moving to Washington?
Lived there early to mid 90s...enjoyed it immensely. Would have remained had there been any work.
Washington has quiet charm, is more humane than California. You can technically walk throughout Seattle and it is less hectic. Think of it as a Northwest version of Boston. In the 90s, there were many homey coffee shops with muted lighting and filled with comfy chairs that you could fall asleep in.
There are four seasons in Seattle/Washington. Overcast to light-rainy weather which made the sunny blue skies all the more brilliant. Being overcast gave the decorated well-lit Christmas downtown the warmth of being in your living room.