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An area I have never lived in but that several of my friends like a lot is Alburquerque/Santa Fe/Taos.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Author: offlady Date: 09/06/2005, am I may be wrong, but generally (I emphasize GENERALLY) I think the farther west you go, the more easy it would be to fit in.

Unless you are coming for the glitter, you would have the same objections as you have to Phoenix.

I like living on the desert about 100 miles north of Las Vegas but it is certainly hot for many months of the year.

Best of luck and where ever you choose, try not to compare your new city to marvelous San Diego.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Author: Pam SF Date: 09/06/2005, am Of all your picks, I'd suggest Sacramento.

The nearby city of Quincy (MA) has a significant and growing Asian population (at least 25%), but as repete warned, it's not a situation where a mixed couple would fit in: it's overflow, and folks moving up, from Chinatown.We have lived in Europe and the US (East coast and Midwest).My experience is that the US is much more uptight about the interracial thing than they like to admit.The cost of living is stifling the middle income folks out here. I am having a hard time with the thought of leaving since it is near perfect for us.We prefer warm weather areas, but do not want to exclude cold ones.

Geordie -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Author: karens Date: 09/06/2005, am If you've eliminated Seattle b/c of weather, you should eliminate Portland for the same reason. I wouldn't relocate anywhere without checking out the area first.

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