Where Doth Thou Reside?

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#21

:herocoin: for you :slight_smile: It’s developing alright, but kinda backwards.


#22

I live on the Gulf Coast of Mississippi


#23

the mountains of western north carolina.


#24

I grew up in South Florida. Both my parents were teachers, and we took long summer vacations at Beech Mountain, NC. I have many fond memories of that area. What city are you in?


#25

Originally from Detroit, but I’ve been living in Denver for about a year and a half. Anyone else gaming in CO?


#26

I am in Sylva, which is about an hour west of Asheville. Coincidentally, I am originally from Miami FL!


#27

On the banks of the Wabash River in Indiana. Nice hour and a half drive to the greatest 4 days in gaming when it’s going on.


#28

No kidding! I’m from Pembroke Pines. I’ve been through Asheville a few times and I always wished to spend more time there.


#29

The graffiti halls of New York


#30

The Bay, California :+1::+1::+1::+1:


#31

Pensacola, Fl here.

Magundang umaga, Eggroll. I have fond memories of Baguio and Camp John Hay from back in like 1985.


#32

Pensacola here, Homebrew, with friends who enjoy the casino in Biloxi more than I do.

We should plan a game!

Not to mention the surprising rest of y’all in the non-panhandle sections of Florida too.


#33

Khan, there was nothing crappy about Marmaris, Turkey back when I was there mumble mumble years ago. It’s always been my favorite port of call memory out of all my time at sea. Matter of fact I was drinking hot apple tea this morning, a tradition I first began there. Couldn’t get into the aylar though! :cowboy_hat_face:


#34

I’m living in Hamburg, Germany. (Though born in Bavaria…)


#35

Wow, the Shield Wall effortlessly spans the globe.


#36

Portland, Oregon, here.


#37

Deutschland! :de:

I lived briefly in Augsburg (which I was told was the capital of Bavaria :smile:) for almost a year as an exchange student. Good to meet you @Serdo!


#38

Gernany, Saarland here. So small, so weird😎


#39

Yea @Lon a game would be cool. There is a place in Biloxi called the wayward kraken that sounds like a cool place to play if you’re ever down here.


#40

Augsburg is very nice. In two days I’ll start my roadtrip for spending my holidays with my family in Neuburg an der Donau (Newcastle upon the Danube) - 50 km north of Augsburg… :wink:
And yes: I lived my childhood in this lovely medieval city.