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  1. I won’t comment on the whole “Bakersfield = Armpit” thing, but I will tell you that I’ve lived all but two years of my life in CA (north and south) and the worst earthquake I ever experienced was in Tacoma, WA. I’ve never feared earthquakes… fires, yes. Earthquakes, nah. Quacks can be mighty scary though, so stay away from those and you’ll be fine!

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      Haha. Fiance LOVES to use that term for Bakersfield. I remain neutral … until Tuesday. Actually, if I were to choose, consciously, my next place to live (usually, when I move, it’s a fly-by-the-seat-of-my-pants situation), it would be California. The Bay area. I don’t think a single place has felt more like home to me than there.

      And I will do that, someday, when I can be as brave of earthquakes as you are. Maybe experiencing one while I’m out there would be the best thing for me. Facing fears and all that. Hmmmm. You have given me something to think about.

      • Oh, I’m not so brave really. Just practical and maybe a little fatalistic. You can’t waste your time on all the “what ifs” and things you can’t control (pretty much everything). Read what you posted today! Apply it to earthquakes!

        I’ve heard many people describe Stockton, Fresno and Modesto as “the armpit” as well. I think Calif. must have one big armpit. Enjoy Bakersfield (really), and be glad it’s not August!

  2. I too enjoy hanging out in antique stores but have yet to bring a camera along…you’ve inspired me. Oh, the Fiance’s folks will love you just the way you are – bright, interesting and in love with their son.

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      When you go, be sure to ask them if it’s okay if you take pictures. I’ve never had a person say no, but at least 75% of the time, they’re very, very grateful for the inquiry. They must have lotsa people come in and photograph without asking permission. And if/when you do, I wanna see the pictures!

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