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    Oklahoma questions.

    I like a real city but don't have to live right in it. Which city has the most green landscape? We can't do desert and rock shit no matter the laws hah. Nevada, South Cal, and Arizona just can't do. A group of us in NE US where it is green and plenty or water are thinking of moving.

    Oklahoma City and Tulsa are on the map so far. Don't think any of us could do the country side. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
    Below is a link to all of my grow reviews...there are a bunch so get off the clones, dive in, and find some new genetics to appreciate!

    Click here for a link to all of my grows

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    Norman is great, expensive for Oklahoma but very tolerant and has a lot of night life near the campus especially. Its very pretty and lots of parks and a huge new library, real trees and the older parts of town have charm. There are 54 dispensaries in a town of 100,000. It feels like a town of 20,000.

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      exo dus to oklahoma

      Originally posted by Im'One View Post
      Norman is great, expensive for Oklahoma but very tolerant and has a lot of night life near the campus especially. Its very pretty and lots of parks and a huge new library, real trees and the older parts of town have charm. There are 54 dispensaries in a town of 100,000. It feels like a town of 20,000.
      Oklahoma great place great grows eastern Oklahoma has great sources of water, remember the red river is saline and western Oklahoma drier than eastern and central, ok, a state of cultural and rural, life styles, come on down and check it out peace mike tea and grow with us.

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