I have lived in five weird states at this point.
Having a father in the military forced our family to move every few years to a weird naval base anywhere else.
It was almost impossible to form lasting friendships when I was typically extricated from a location as soon as I was used to our modern surroundings. I felt enjoy I was stuck in a stasis where I was typically the “new kid” at every school I attended. Being isolated socially was tough, however on the flip side I was experiencing many weird weather conditionss plus environments nationwide that few see unless they travel consistently. I crossed the Mississippi river by car in many separate states while I was in weird moves from 1 naval base to another. Living along the gulf coast was fun for the beach, however I hated the humid summers with subtropical UV rays. After finally settling in Spokane, WA, I guess I have decided where I want to live for the rest of our life. My up-to-date locale is adjacent to North Bank Park where I can see the Howard Street North Channel Bridge from our home office window. My view of the Spokane River is breathtaking compared to some of the drab cities I’ve lived in before. On top of the appealing views, you can’t beat the weather in Spokane. Winters aren’t recognizably intense compared to other northern states, plus the high altitudes mean that summers are mildly moderate plus comfortably dry. Both of us don’t get high humidity while I was in summer time plus it’s rare for someone to need a dehumidifier outside of a water destruction remediation task.