Top 3 things to see or do

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  1. Bob Pruitt
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    So much to do here. Visitors love Wally World and other theme parks...I am forced to go when Grand Kids are here.
    Boating/Scuba, horseback riding, restaurants.
    400 miles of canals so paddle boarding and boating to restaurants. My sea wall was broken by Irma...stabilized for now but will eventually have to be replaced.
    Lots of Islands here to visit... Sanibel, Pine Island, Marco Island...where there are great Restaurants.
    Jumping in the pool to work off dinner... fresh fish at Moorings.
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  2. Swani
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    1. Yellowstone Park
    2. Glacier Park
    3. Ski Big Sky
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    1. Lakes, streams, rivers, fishing, boats, a minute away.
    2. If you drive an hour(or so), anything you want(Chicago).
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    The Windy City!

    The Navy Pier!
    The Chicago BEARS! :cool:
  5. sOOper hero
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    watch the grass grow
    Look at legs while waiting in the parking lot at Target
    Mowing grass after a few days of watching it grOw


    Ohio has a fair amount of everything to accommodate folks likes

    Big Lake on the north shore
    Major sports teams
    Quality Bars dinning shopping casinos
    Historic stuff, Indian mounds, parks and rec

    Drive south and you're in the Appalachian hills with Nat Parks, hiking, hunting, good riding etc


    I personally prefer watching grass grow and looking at legs

    ..L.T.A.
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    But how many times can you go to the Rock?
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    "I personally prefer watching grass grow and looking at legs"
    :biggrin:
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    And the legs are better at Target and Kohl's than Walmart and Dollar General......

    LTA
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    I need more ice soccer in my life.

    Stuck in the car driving to San Diego.
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    IMO once is enough for most tourist sites in SF or USA.
    NYC and Paris are always amazing places to visit.
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    I never got to the rock but I sat on the pier eating crab drinking beer while looking at it :smile: I only spent 2 days in SF (which I liked) on the way to L.A. (which I didnt like) I'd visit SF again but only go to L.A. as exit or entry point
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    Not sure I could cut any category down to three; restaurants, museums, water sports, snow sports, city sights, country sights... too much of everything.


    High priced city, but lodging is cheap! You can camp anywhere you want!
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    hah, ya free campsites anywhere if you dont wanna pay 80% of your income for housing.

    our city is too soft, its why they flock here.. so many hand outs and programs for them.

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