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    Chicagoland Chef du Jour
    Mon Feb 11, 2013 12:24 pm
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    Sue Lau wrote:
    I grew up in St. Louis, Missouri, moved around the USA a bit while Bill was in the air force, and now have settled down outside of Cincinatti Ohio where we have now been for about 20 years. So that's over 300 miles, a good day's drive.
    I would have loved to have lived abroad either in Europe or Asia but it looks less and less like that will ever happen. It's Newton's law in action. icon_lol.gif


    My DH grew up outside of Cinc'y. He still has family there so we visit 1-2x/year. He went off to college in 1970 and never looked back.
    Sue Lau
    Mon Feb 11, 2013 12:44 pm
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    Chicagoland Chef du Jour wrote:
    Sue Lau wrote:
    I grew up in St. Louis, Missouri, moved around the USA a bit while Bill was in the air force, and now have settled down outside of Cincinatti Ohio where we have now been for about 20 years. So that's over 300 miles, a good day's drive.
    I would have loved to have lived abroad either in Europe or Asia but it looks less and less like that will ever happen. It's Newton's law in action. icon_lol.gif


    My DH grew up outside of Cinc'y. He still has family there so we visit 1-2x/year. He went off to college in 1970 and never looked back.
    My DH is from Milwaukee, land of bubblers, brats and the infamous Mars cheese castle (technically out of town, but I almost had a wreck driving up I-94 laughing my pants off when I first saw that one)(yeah, we'll be eating here like cheeseheads and kings).
    You cannot imagine how many "LaVerne & Shirley" jabs he has endured whenever I have been up there. It's a brewery town rivalry thing. First year we dated, the St. Louis Cardinals played the Milwaukee Brewers in the World Series. St. Louis won, but there was never any doubt. icon_cool.gif He loves his football and is a diehard Packerfan, but after what St. Louis endured with the football Cardinals, we sent it to the desert, kind of the way Billy Mumy sent stuff to the cornfield in the Outer Limits. They were, quite possibly, more horrible than the Bengals. icon_twisted.gif
    Coffee lover
    Thu Feb 14, 2013 8:14 am
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    I live abou 60 miles away from where I grew up. am now in St. Louis, Missouri....
    racrgal
    Fri Feb 15, 2013 10:36 am
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    1,985 miles from Quincy, Illinois (right on the banks of the Mississippi River) to sunny So Cal. Started the New Year here in 1985 and have only been back "home" a couple of times. Hated it there, love it here! icon_cool.gif
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