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  • 2 Weeks Ago
    Either Denmark or Norway
  • 4 Weeks Ago
  • Thursday, November 18th, 2021
    Steppe Wanderer
    I think Iceland, myself. The landscape looks so fantastical, and there's something cozy about a little Germanic island out in the middle of the ocean far from the rest of the world. My research into Fortean stuff also makes the place extremely appealing to me. Psychic mediums, and myths about the fae folk lasting well into the modern era. If I had all the money in the world I'd love to live in a little house on a cliff and devote my time to psychlical research on the island.
  • Friday, October 1st, 2021
  • Sunday, June 27th, 2021
    I don't care as long as the metatribe is Germanic. Building and trusting community is key for individual happiness.
  • Friday, June 25th, 2021
    Huginn ok Muninn
    There are a lot of nice places on the Adriatic coast. I would say Istria, just to be able to drive up to Austria.

    But I think my first choice might be an island halfway between Australia and New Zealand where it never gets too hot or too cold, where the landscape is beautiful, and the ocean a deep clear blue. Plus there are no property taxes and it's mostly populated by English speaking people of Anglo descent.

  • Friday, June 25th, 2021
    I was very happy residing in West Palm Beach Shores, Fl with my Aunt before relocating back to Indiana where I met my second hubby.

    If it weren't for the wonderful sanctuary Gareth and I created together here in IN, I would like to take him back to Florida with me. To walk together along the shore at night would be wonderful.
  • Thursday, June 24th, 2021

    Korčula - Wikipediačula

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    The island of Korčula belongs to the central Dalmatian archipelago, separated from the Pelješac peninsula by a narrow Strait of Pelješac, between 900 and 3,000 metres (3,000 and 9,800 feet) wide. It stretches in the east–west direction, in length of 47 kilometres (29 miles); on average, it is 8 km (5.0 miles) wide. With an area of 279 square kilometres (108 sq mi), it is the sixth largest Adriatic island. The highest peaks are Klupca, 568 metres (1,864 ft) and Kom, 510 metres (1,670 ft) high.

    Marco Polo's house on the island of

    Korčula on theDalmatian coast is part of Croatia. Population 15,000. Summer 30 - 40 degrees and mild winters. I like to swim and be able to fish. The food is all organic. Everyone there is WHITE.

    The big minus is Croatia is a satelite of the EUssr.

    History of Dalmatia - Wikipedia

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    Following the great Slavic migration into Illyria in the first half of the 6th century, Dalmatia became distinctly divided between two different communities:
    • The hinterland populated by Slavic tribes - which were roughly Croats. There were also the Romanized Illyrian natives, and Celts in the north.

  • Saturday, May 1st, 2021
    Rodskarl Dubhgall
    Quote Originally Posted by Stig NHF View Post
    There are non-whites on Svalbard I'm afraid, and its not really a place where you can live without supplies from the outside world since its climate is arctic. You would do better a bit more to the south
    What 'non-Whites'? Surely, even polar bears are white? Similar to Svalbard, would anyone choose Jan Mayen? How about Franz-Josef Land if Norwegian instead of Russian?

    ChrisDownUnder is where I now would like to live. I wasn't thinking of it much when the outback imagery reminiscent of the American desert was always primarily promoted. It occurred to me how most of the folks there are actually coastal like how I was raised and although that means high property rates in crowded areas, there is a vast interior for those preferring isolation. Not every one of the six states is the same and variations exist there as in America; far be it for me to simply subsist on cinematic stereotypes. One major positive surprise I discovered in Australia is the depth of snowfall in some parts, which is very impressive and drawing my attention to an interest moving there.

    New Zealand has that landscape and climate but is filled with New Age elitist leftwingers worshipping the Maori. Also, despite being annoyed by obsession with Jomon trash culture by Wapanese and thus opposed to mass immigration by them no different than Aussies, I'd rather put up with Asians than Africans, even if Amerindians are more aesthetically acceptable than Aborigines. I never knew as a child how there was a gold rush in Oz and prospectors there followed up on this by moving to California, but as beautiful as the Golden State is, Aussies are a far better calibre of folks generally and this is stated whilst acknowledging specific relatives by known name in both lands.

    History books largely depict English folk moving onto the newer Dominions after America, but most (like the Irish) actually continued simply crossing the Atlantic for the States, more than bothering with Canada, Newfoundland Australia, New Zealand and South Africa combined. As for the Scots, they appear to have thinly spread evenly across the options at hand, but they and English have a complicated relationship with Ireland compounding onward dissemination elsewhere in multiple steps, not only moving onto the Empire beginning with America, but also Protestant Ascendancy returning to Britain with the famine as mine did despite the Cromwellian privileges they were afforded in that poor land.

    Hell, my Loyalist ancestors after moving to Canada and marrying others in the Tory community to have children born there, thereafter returned to New England and it's not a one-way street when you see Ontario entertainers moving South to make up for Vietnam war draft dodgers flooding Toronto and Vancouver. The Anglosphere is a permeable environment that has long been this way, even during the periods of 1776-83 and 1812-14. Casual enthusiasm for intercourse should move further back to reunion beyond the Windsorian and Washingtonian policies of George V and Wilson, Edward VIII and Mrs Simpson, George VI and Roosevelt, but with White racial appeal and not the cuckoldry of Harry's Negro bitch.
  • Monday, August 31st, 2020
    Anywhere in Devon, in and around Looe in Cornwall, in the Forest of Dean, Aston Rowant, anywhere in Monmouthshire, York, Winchester, the Cotswolds...

    Anywhere in SW England with some rolling hills, lots of trees, maybe a meandering river or two, and most importantly - black-faced sheep, will do.

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