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Wink October 22nd, 2014 11:54pm

Is there a town or city that feels like "home" even though you've never lived there?

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imawench
10/22/14 6:57 pm

It doesn't feel like home unless I've lived there. Among many cities that I visited last summer, however, I can say that I could call Flagstaff, AZ home. That is, of course, if my children and grandchildren lived there.

ElizabethL BOS . NC
10/22/14 6:52 pm

Westerly, RI. Bethel, ME. Annapolis, MD.

Zod Above Pugetropolis
10/22/14 6:31 pm

Paris, Mizzoula, Kalispell, Sheridan, Trier. Lots of them. Almost anywhere I've gone back to many times and liked.

susanr Colorado
10/22/14 6:23 pm

Bar Harbor, Maine. Unless "living" just outside of town for 3 months the summer I was 16 counts as living there. (It was a summer scientific research program). Much of the island & Acadia National Park has felt like home since then, especially after

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susanr Colorado
10/22/14 6:24 pm

about a dozen camping trips in the park many years later. I haven't been there for about 20 years now, though.

chickencookie It really is
10/22/14 6:52 pm

Susan, you and I have spoken about Maine before and I could live happily live there. Its a special place indeed.

LadyA Earth Explorer
10/22/14 6:20 pm

Paris, New York, Atlanta, DC, San Francisco.

meb1 somewhere in MN
10/22/14 6:05 pm

Santa Fe. Perfect.

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Pirate Uses the Tap
10/22/14 6:03 pm

Boone,North Carolina

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voc I am...what I am
10/22/14 5:11 pm

Scottsdale Arizona. My family is there.

rlands
10/22/14 5:08 pm

Raleigh NC. I spend so much time there visiting anyway that I might as well call it home. My favorite people in the world live there as well, and that's enough to make it home on its own.

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Wink
10/22/14 5:06 pm

Roanoke, VA. I can't put my finger on it, but every time we go there, it just feels like "ahhh" in my heart.

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chickencookie It really is
10/22/14 6:53 pm

That's how I feel about Maine.