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What Washington has the best mountain view (s)?
Was born, raised and spent most of my adult life in Jacksonville, Florida and want a change of scenery. I am sick and tired of looking out the window and see nothing but trees and sky. I want a view. I'm thinking of moving my family close to one of the major cities in Washington. Obviously, the landscape is not my main concern, but could make the difference if I am undecided. If you have information about local jobs / careers, schools, family activities, traffic, pollution … essentially quality of life in any particular city, please feel free to share. Also, if you have spent time Washington and the East Coast I would appreciate any information regarding cultural differences. Thank you.
Any which towns and villages in the Puget Sound area has breathtaking views of the mountains when the sun comes out. Many also have a view of Puget Sound, or one of many lakes. Not all households in each city will have a view and those who are naturally more expensive. But if you can not buy a house with a view, it is generally a short distance of a park or other public space where you can enjoy the view. Unfortunately, the winter can be literally the sun months does not shine (no kidding!) Employment / Careers – with high-tech companies in the region, Microsoft, Nintendo, Amazon, Boeing, etc. Computer skills high technology are a good bet. So many biotechnology facilities and medicines for all aspects nursing, or one of several medical specialties and related techniques (X-ray technology, laboratory technology, ultrasound, dental technicians, dieticians, etc.): Public schools vary greatly depending on the area that naturally live in cities with more quality and neighborhoods have better schools (duh, so the idea that throwing money at something that does not help) Family Activities: Many opportunities for outdoor recreation – Camping, hiking, fishing, boating, bike paths, parks, national forests, national parks of the state, skiing and snowboarding, sports, etc. Also there are many museums, zoos and aquariums, community festivals, farmers markets, county fairs, etc. traffic – it sucks! Will you use public transport – the bus and some tram lines were conducted with more lines under construction. Pollution – The locals are generally very "green" and concerned about pollution. Recycling is required in many areas. By state law, smoking is prohibited in public places including restaurants and bars. Ruin the sins of the past and try to adapt to the development without destroying the environment is an ongoing debate. Contamination probably less than what is usually seen in the southeast. I was born and raised in Seattle and spent time on the East Coast in my travels and my impression that the difference most cultural people in the Seattle area are generally more liberal, well educated, well read, less religious and have a "spirit of your own business – live and let live – do your own thing – whatever "attitude. However, a better practice for the protection of the environment and quality of life and consider it their business to others to destroy it. I've included some links that provide more information
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