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Warm places - where to live?

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OK, i'm 22 and will be graduating from college soon and would like to hear your opinions about where I could relocate. Take into consideration i'm from the PNW and could do without the rain for a while. Here are my interests and/or preferences:

- Jet skiing (lakes or ocean in vicinty is almost a must)
- warm enough to do decent amount of jet skiing
- NO constant 110+ type warmth though
- 100,000+ people is attractive
- NO huge cities (i.e. L.A., NYC, San Fran, etc)
- I prefer the terrain of the West
- Nothing REALLY expensive/overpriced
- Nothing too liberal

Don't want to sound TOO picky, lol. I'll listen to any comments and suggestions of all places. Those are just preferences/interests. You can't have everything. Remember though, i'm a 22 year old, single guy so nothing too boring, hehe. Thanks very much in advance

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