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learner1
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Is there anyone living in Oklahoma willing to answer some questions about the area?
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learner1 wrote: Mon Feb 07, 2022 12:45 pm Is there anyone living in Oklahoma willing to answer some questions about the area?
I think Jeff Swisher is from that state, he's on here from time to time. Drop him a PM.
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Thanks
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What do you want to know?
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My Father was from Kansas/Oklahoma area. Spent several summers in the Enid area as a kid. Good memories of fishing and riding dirtbikes. Good people there. Lots of Native American culture there still. Oklahoma City is a great city. Lots to do and a growing economy. Conservative traditional values state. Low property taxes. Weather can be a bit dodgy. Tornadoes happen. It gets HOT there in the summer. But all in all a great state.
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Hi thanks,

Just looking for good/bad areas to live, etc. Anything a person would want to know before moving.
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Don't come here expecting to be able to find a house!

I'm in the process of moving back to the Tulsa area after spending the last 8+ years in Texas. It has changed a LOT
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