Finding A Place To Live

Ok I have the good fortune to be in a position to buy my next house. I am very excited and have been thinking…where should I move. I love Park City, but to be in town where I like to be the houses are way beyond my current financial situation. So What do you think? My trusted friend and assistant Suzanne said, “Why don’t you ask the people who know and support you where they think you should live?” GREAT IDEA!! So until I can afford my ski in ski out Deer Valley home what do you think?

So here is my criteria. I would like to be 30 min or less from a major airport, the house must have a basement for a recording studio, 1,000 square feet or more. Living space of 1,500 SQ.Ft or more and a house payment of $2,000 or less. I need room for workshops and drum circles. As well as music making!!

So Far, Cincinnati Ohio and Reunion Colorado are at the top of the list.

Let me know what you think!!

Thanks,

Toby

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3 Responses to “Finding A Place To Live”

  1. Lillith November 7, 2009 at 1:05 pm #

    You know deep in your heart where you belong. It’s just a case of looking more closely and honoring what the ancestors have shown you……

  2. Kirk VandenBerghe November 7, 2009 at 8:45 pm #

    I agree with Lillith that your heart knows, and one way to become more clear about our heart’s desire is to request external input and notice what the suggestions feel like internally. Inquiry. Dialogue. Reflection.

    I’m looking at a map of the U.S. It would be convenient to not only be near a major airport, but one that’s a hub and well connected to the entire country. The greater Denver area would put you 1/3 third of the way from the west coast to the east. Denver is a United hub, as I bet you know.

    You thrive being close to world-class snow skiing. You can always visit the Caribbean or Hawaii when you need sun, sand, and surf.

    You don’t seem to mind living in altitudes above sea level.

  3. Cathy Hughes December 19, 2009 at 10:24 am #

    Hi Toby,
    The Atlanta area has lots to offer. I live 30 minutes south of the airport – great climate, 4 hours to the beaches to the East and South,
    4 hours to the mountains. Check it out! We’d love to have you in the South.
    Munay,
    Cathy

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