The gem spots are less known, of course! Everybody that lives in state could generally care less about myrtle beach, but the rest of the country seems to love it. Charleston is nice, lots of history and less touristy.
Cool, I haven't followed the think tank that recently so guess I missed it! If the states go to crap I'm movin' to Texas, even if my home state started the last war! Yall have infrastructure and land and resources galore. Thanks for sharing! ;)
I actually don't know much about this state besides it's hot as hell right now and I don't care for it. I spent all my life on the border of Maryland and PA and I would go back in a heartbeat. Moved here a couple years ago because hubby worked the oil rigs.
Good for him, and good for you to support him, although I cant imagine living so far away from the comfort zone. Been to MD a few times, Baltimore mostly but the countryside is nice when I've been able to experience it.
i know people from upstate that used to live there, that was one of the fastest things they would clarify when someone would say "oh hey! you're from NY that's cool"! It's sad that the city is basically the voice for the entire state. A lot of the ones i mentioned moved away because they couldn't stand the politics that spewed out of there, many are very pro-second amendment and they got tired of the strict gun control policies. even when most of them were/are hunters and they had to register their guns just to keep up with their hobby/lifestyle/meat supply.
haha. I've lived here all my life & never seen a tornado...had to take cover from a few- the closest one ever got to me was tearing up a neighborhood a few blocks away- but I've never clapped eyes on one. Guess I should hope I never do...
you're blessed to have not been involved in one, i hear they are nasty experiences. closest i've been to one is when hurricane Hugo came through and we had a bunch of spinoff tornadoes. there were downed trees everywhere around our house, luckily no damage to us though.