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DeeDee

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Dont know if you read Yahoo Finance but they have the top 10 cities to live in and Plymouth, MN was #1 grin

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Hmph, where's Ely on that list? gringringrin

Must not have been compiled by a nature photographer. wink

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Havent have the honor of being there myself but from what I hear Ely should be at the top of every list.

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Well, it's at the top of my list, but I do admit being a little biased. grin

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ely = too many wolves (lol) other then that I have to agree it's great, hunted mant years between Babbit and Embarrass.

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Winters can be a little long, but other than that, it's a great place to live!

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I'm going to have to let my daughter know. She and her husband live in Plymouth.

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I'm in New Hope which of course is the "poor next door neighbor" to Plymouth. I can throw a rock into Plymouth from my house so I guess I might be...well I guess I should have moved to the other side of the road crazy For living in town it is not bad.

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Dan, I turn off 169 right after I pass your water tower, to get to my daughter's house. She lives on 26th Ave./Medicine Lake Road. I'll actually be there next weekend. Plymouth does appear to have a lot to offer.

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I'm the next exit north off of 36th ave just north of the water tower. If you want to hook up some time let me know. She must be close to Medicine Lake, ride my bike around it most days.

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My mom lives just behind Superior Ford off of Bass Lake Road. I'll have to see if she heard about that report.

The city has done a lot to make sure there are parks all over the place, and it generally is a pretty quiet area.

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I posted this in the womens forum also and I guess Plymouth has been #1 for a few years and a couple others up there, from what I could tell from reading a little pricey too.

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