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Thread: Most Beautiful Place in America

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    Is Michigan! If you have Yahoo for home page you can see the video on there. It's beautiful even if we do have big fat mosquitoes.

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    I have never been to your state, but it is on my list of states to visit :D:D:D

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    I do like Michigan ... Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan are my 3 favorites.

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    Alaska!!

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    The green hills of West Virginia. I can wonder down those leafy trails over the hills in my minds' eye and again feel the silky dust in the path I'd made over the years running over my toes as I go to hunt for the cow for milking.
    I can still smell the scent of yeast bread baking and coffee perking from the wind twirling around the tree trunks near a clearing...and that blue mist that drops in the late evening over the hills..lovely.

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    Sorry ladies and gentlemen... it's Oklahoma! :D

    (Isn't it grand to get to live any where we want... and love it!!)

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    Try living on the Delaware River. Nothing more beautiful than that except all the places I haven't traveled to yet!
    Parts of it are considered wild and senic and if I'm not mistaken, the only river in America that is not damned on its entire length from headwater to mouth.
    It is heaven to love where you live.
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    Michigan is beautiful. In fact that entire part of the world is some of our favorite. But them again, my heart belongs to the San Francisco area first of all!

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    Somewhere where it's cool in the summer and warm in the winter.

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    Rhode Island is the most beautiful!

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    GMA viewers voted that way. One of the other places was Point Reyes in CA. All were very cool, but you are right.....there is beauty everywhere, if we just look.

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    Florida has huge mosquitoes....put I think the Pacific Northwest is the prettiest

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    The Columbia River Gorge area between Oregon and Washington. Love all the waterfalls!

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    The Redwoods in northern California! Breathtaking!

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    After our trip this summer- I vote for Bryce Canyon National Park. The best place we saw in 5 week trip.

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    Nothing can beat the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia at dusk, with the breeze blowing the sweet honeysuckle and the hawks riding the wind. Closest place to heaven and I was born and raised in Oklahoma. Lol

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    it is most beautiful in the late summer early fall...I miss MI most during that time frame..apples, pumpkin patches, crisp air...I loved MI....

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    Always "HOME". Especially if I've been away for awhile!

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    Sorry, the Appalachia's for me any day :lol:

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    hobo, you and me must be soul mates :-P

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    Hanauma Bay Ohau Hawaii
    under water snorkeling
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hanauma_Bay

    I am rather partial to the parks too like Zion, Bryce, Kings Canyon, Yosemity, Grand Canyon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mayme
    Is Michigan! If you have Yahoo for home page you can see the video on there. It's beautiful even if we do have big fat mosquitoes.
    Do you have a link? Right now Yahoo's home page is showing the world's largest rodent walking in the ocean in California.

    Having grown up in Michigan, I agree it has a lot of beauty. However, Pennsylvania is awesome, all the leafiness, the spectacular views in the mountains, green fields, rivers, creeks, waterfalls, the stone barns and houses in the southeastern part.

    I've traveled through many states and feel that every one has its own beauty, and that there are many different kinds of beauty: the Maine coastline, the White Mountains in New Hampshire, the flat plains and prairies of the midwest, the quality of the light on the land in the deep south, the red rock formations in New Mexico and Arizona, the amazing red hillsides with green pines growing on them in Manitou Springs, Colorado, and the palm trees of coastal California.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramona Byrd
    The green hills of West Virginia. I can wonder down those leafy trails over the hills in my minds' eye and again feel the silky dust in the path I'd made over the years running over my toes as I go to hunt for the cow for milking.
    I can still smell the scent of yeast bread baking and coffee perking from the wind twirling around the tree trunks near a clearing...and that blue mist that drops in the late evening over the hills..lovely.

    DITTO!

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    The Tennessee Smokey Mountains are the most beautiful place in the world.

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