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Discussion in 'Community' started by applemacdude, Sep 15, 2003.
Who Lives in the bay area? Not tampa bay but sf.
i live in oakland ca
anyone else from the bay area
Yo, representing Santa Cruz here.
Another person from Oakland here.
i believe it's fairly obvious where i live.
Alameda, aka "The Island of Lost Souls."
What part of oakland just couriuos?.
Ramsos representing East Oakland.
I live on PArker avenue near eastmont mall anyone else willin to share? any studenta?
is this now a "looking for roomate" classified?
The 408 here
Cupertino Here! Work in Los Altos...
LOL i *used* to live in SF....umm yeh
I live just below Highway 13 just south of the Morman Temple.
I can't believe the number of Oakland people who have already replied here
I live in Piedmont, also right off highway 13. Seems to be a popular area to live (berkeley, oakland, etc)
Sunnyvale here. I belong to the MUG that meets AT Apple.
I'll say hi, cuz I grew up in Santa Cruz (yo Miss V, Santa Cruz Mountains in the hizz-ous!) but I moved to go to college, and haven't lived there for about 5 years now. I surely miss a lot of things about the area, but this new one ain't bad. The Bay area is my home though, that's where most of my friends are still.
Walnut Creek. Just off 680 and a half-hour (aka 2 miles) through the traffic jam that is Ygnacio Valley Road.
Corte Madera Here
Marin County here. Corte Madera to be exact. Will soon live about 5 minutes away from an Apple Store!
I just moved out of SC 2 months ago, to come back east closer to family.
Lived there for 1 year and San Jose for 2 (big mistake, should have moved to SC first).
SC is a cool town, I might end up back there someday.
Re: ahh SC
Me too... if I can afford the $540,000 median house price. Or deal with the crappy commute along Hwy 1.
used to live in the heart of the bay area in san rafael about 20 minutes north of sf, but moved down south
the bay area keeps on expanding thru wine country and the other direction into santa cruz county
i won't be surprised if one day it expands east all the way to the central valley
San Francisco, as Tony sings "the City by the Bay." At least since the late seventies, with a small break of a year and a half in North Oakland. Before that, the Napa Valley.
Better late than never...
For those of you NOT in Santa Cruz County, that's about five miles south of Santa Cruz along HWY 1.
I can't afford it either but it's gorgeous.