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The great Northwest is full of much different outdoor scenery anywhere from beautiful outdoor forests to hot summer dessert looking scenerys The reason why I love living in the northwest is because of its yearly four seasons the diversity and lastly living in a much more laid back atmosphereLiving in the Northwest allows me to enjoy fall winter spring and summer Experiencing these seasons every year is very soothing to me Having winter is my favorite because it is cold and there is usually snow And when Christmas comes around I have a beautiful cold white winter wonderland Also snow just makes me very happy because its a bright white color and when it covers the grass it just looks like a great big cloud Experiencing snow is something Im very grateful for because not everyone gets the opportunity to see or touch snow Also when spring comes and it is on the peak of changing to summer I just love being able to go to the river fish and jog Having all types of different activities during the different seasons is the reason why I still live here Diversity is something I always see in the great Northwest I live in Spokane currently but before that I lived my whole life in the tri-cities area Every time I visit I am so astonished as the amount of Hispanic population in the tri-cities compared to Spokane Going every other weekend to see my family and meet with my friends is so fun because in Spokane everything is a little different I am from a Hispanic background so I love Mexican food and in Spokane I cant get a good plate of tacos like the ones that I get in Pasco Meeting many people from different ethnic backgrounds has allowed me to see beyond just my traditional values In Spokane I have meet people from Iran India and Russia and it fascinates me to know and
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