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Where in Oregon near the coast is a nice cheap place to live?

Sour Dime 2011/07/21 02:38:26
Doesn't have to be nice-nice could be a fixer-upper in the ghetto but some where walking distance to the beach and close to a community college something affordable for two people who just moved out.

Also if you know about something that fits what I described in California that is probably more preferable but I just figured it would be too expensive in California.
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  • Dave Sawyer ♥ Child of God ♥ 2011/07/21 03:58:20
    Dave Sawyer ♥ Child of God ♥
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    The Oregon Coast (or any coast) is not a cheap place to live.
  • Sour Dime Dave Sa... 2011/07/21 04:02:46
    Sour Dime
    Not even in the ghetto?
  • Dave Sa... Sour Dime 2011/07/21 04:18:28 (edited)
    Dave Sawyer ♥ Child of God ♥
    +1
    Where is there a ghetto on the Oregon coast? There are no large cities.
  • Sour Dime Dave Sa... 2011/07/21 14:13:37
    Sour Dime
    No Idea but there's a ghetto everywhere, there's always a place where it looks run downs and sells cheap.
  • Dave Sa... Sour Dime 2011/07/21 14:52:20
    Dave Sawyer ♥ Child of God ♥
    +1
    Not the last time I went to the Oregon Coast.
  • GoDucks5 2011/07/21 03:44:36
    GoDucks5
    +2
    I think all of the coast is pretty cheap to live. Brookings is the warmest town on the coast, it's like 10 miles north of California though.
  • Sour Dime GoDucks5 2011/07/21 04:03:51
    Sour Dime
    +1
    That's funny because the guy above you the coast was always expensive, and 10 miles from California is perfect my friend has her mind set on California but I'm worried we won't be able to afford it.
  • GoDucks5 Sour Dime 2011/07/21 17:49:18
    GoDucks5
    +2
    It could be, I never have looked for a house on the coast. Not a lot of people live on the Oregon Coast. Most of the people that live in Oregon live on one of the cities on I-5.
  • Sour Dime GoDucks5 2011/07/21 22:39:07
    Sour Dime
    +1
    Why don't people live on the Oregon coast?
  • GoDucks5 Sour Dime 2011/07/22 00:40:25
    GoDucks5
    +2
    Because they aren't a lot of places to live on the Oregon Coast. All of the towns on the Oregon Coast are small. The biggest town on the Oregon Coast only has a population of 16,000 and that's Coos Bay.
  • Sour Dime GoDucks5 2011/07/22 00:44:02
    Sour Dime
    +1
    well idk you suggested bookings and that looked nice
  • GoDucks5 Sour Dime 2011/07/22 00:45:51
    GoDucks5
    +2
    It is a nice town, I don't go there a lot but I usually go to Florence when I go to the coast but that because it's the closest town on the coast from my house. It's only like a hour away. I never go to Brookings because it's like 5 hours from my house.
  • Sour Dime GoDucks5 2011/07/22 00:47:02 (edited)
    Sour Dime
    +1
    Do you know anything about community colleges near bookings?
  • GoDucks5 Sour Dime 2011/07/22 00:53:06
    GoDucks5
    +2
    Southwestern Oregon Community College, that's the only college I know in Brookings.
  • Sour Dime GoDucks5 2011/07/22 00:55:04
    Sour Dime
    +1
    Yeah I was just looking at that, doesn't seem like a very good college compared to some of the community colleges in southern California.
  • GoDucks5 Sour Dime 2011/07/22 00:59:32
    GoDucks5
    +2
    I don't think they are any good community colleges on the Oregon Coast but I don't know of a lot of community colleges on the Oregon Coast. Most of the good community colleges in Oregon are on further inland. The address is 420 of Southwestern Oregon Community College, so there might be a lot of people who smoke pot there jk.
  • Sour Dime GoDucks5 2011/07/22 01:01:57
    Sour Dime
    +1
    lol yeah I'm just super paranoid about affording a place to live and school I think my friend has an unrealistic vision of being able to do that while living on the beach I doubt she'll want to stop at Oregon anyways if the weather is anything like Washington.
  • GoDucks5 Sour Dime 2011/07/22 01:04:41
    GoDucks5
    +2
    It rains a lot here in Eugene and it's about 60 on the coast all year round, it rains a lot there too. I wouldn't want to live on the beach because the coast has had a couple of tsunamis but it is pretty unusual. In Oregon you can't pump your own gas and that's a stupid law.
  • Sour Dime GoDucks5 2011/07/22 01:07:06
    Sour Dime
    +1
    Oh then that marks Oregon off the list, that's just like Washington, why can't you pump your gas?
  • GoDucks5 Sour Dime 2011/07/22 01:10:26
    GoDucks5
    +2
    I don't know, it's a stupid law, they are only 1 other state will you can't pump your own gas, I think it's New Jersey. And the fastest you can go on I-5 is 65. I think it should be 75, everyone goes 75 or 80 anyways. I have been to Washington and the speed limit on I-5 is 70. In California there are part near Sacrmato where you can go 80.
  • Sour Dime GoDucks5 2011/07/22 01:24:30
    Sour Dime
    +1
    I believe in Arizona you can also go faster, even in school zones it's like 35-40 I can't remember.
  • GoDucks5 Sour Dime 2011/07/22 01:28:22
    GoDucks5
    +2
    The school zones are 20 here and the school zones are 25 in California, I don't know about Washington. I have been to Arizona but I was only at the airport for a couple of hours in Pheonix. I would never want to live in Arizona, I couldn't deal with the 117 degree weather in the summer and if you live in the mountains it's too cold and it snows too much in the winter. I love the snow but I get tired of it after 2 or 3 weeks.
  • Sour Dime GoDucks5 2011/07/22 02:17:41
    Sour Dime
    +1
    It's the same in Washington, and Arizona is way too hot I can barely stand it in the Spring.
  • GoDucks5 Sour Dime 2011/07/22 03:42:46
    GoDucks5
    +2
    I was at the airport for a hour or two and it was 101 at 10 in the morning.
  • Sour Dime GoDucks5 2011/07/22 03:46:20
    Sour Dime
    +1
    iv never been there in the summer just the fall and spring, its really nice in the fall
  • GoDucks5 Sour Dime 2011/07/22 03:55:52
    GoDucks5
    +1
    Yeah, I had a layover there when I was going to San Diego. San Diego it was like 85 or 90 and that isn't that bad.
  • Sour Dime GoDucks5 2013/11/10 21:04:22
    Sour Dime
    70s to low 80s is comfortable for me.
  • maiann ... Sour Dime 2013/11/07 13:30:48
    maiann lady
    +2
    why not open spaces adventure zombies probably cant swim good escape route
  • danielria 2011/07/21 02:50:01
    danielria
    +1
    When you find out, please let me know.
  • Sour Dime danielria 2011/07/21 02:50:35
    Sour Dime
    lol okay.

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