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Old Posted Sep 12, 2017, 11:03 PM
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Nice city, hope living expenses are low in there.

Can buy a center city apartment with less than $20,000, buy a Porsche with $3000, up-scale restaurant meal only $5 per person.
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Very nice...NYC's exceptional physical/natural attributes are often overlooked. Love the view up the Hudson River Valley
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Very nice...NYC's exceptional physical/natural attributes are often overlooked. Love the view up the Hudson River Valley
It's true that the NYC's area has very enviable landscapes. I don't know if it's because the city has so much fame, that the surroundings are overlooked, but it's odd. There's spectacular scenery to the north and west of Manhattan. You can bike right from Manhattan into basically wilderness.

These are great pics, BTW. Lots of interesting perspectives.
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^ yeah good catch --

whew that was a lot -- great work
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Excellent shots.
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I enjoyed that a lot!
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