Cupertino, California 

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Another Day in Paradise and Close to Everything, O - 11/24/2014
I chose Cupertino because that is where I have lived since 1977, but I could have named any of the surrounding cities in the SF Bay Area, though I could not have ever afforded living in many of them. Cupertino was a sleepy suburb back then and I was a young man just starting my adult life and career. The weather in the South Bay is the best. In the summer, warm to hot days become cool evenings as the skies become overcast with the daily ocean overcast. This is usually gone before noon and a new, blue skied day is yours to enjoy. My work was both inside and outside year round, the weather was perfect every day. With winter comes the rain, sometimes more than others, once accustomed to it, you never want to leave! Though it is a bit crowded these days, the prune orchards of old have given way to housing developments for everyone to have a home to live in.

It will be tough to find a place so nearly perfect area wise to Cupertino, CA, but I am up to the task, and with Read More
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CA cilmate - 7/31/2010
The climate in California is perfect because it is just beautiful. I have moved to California for a year. I love the weather here so much. It is cool in the summer, unlike Hong Kong. It's very hot in Hong Kong in summer. I hate the hot weather because it makes me sweat a lot. On the contrary, the weather in California in winter does not as wet as Hong Kong. Because of the wet cool weather in winter in Hong Kong, it makes me freeze. Now, I don't want to go back to Hong Kong again. I enjoy the life in California. Read More

'backfence' requested comments - 6/11/2006

we moved to cupertino last year, and miss our previous towns a lot.... cupertino is way too broad-boulevard oriented, strip mall central, and lacking a downtown or central gathering place.

cupertino is somewhat unique as it is reportedly advertised in asia as a desireable place to live, so the demographics are very heavily asian. this makes for a great concentration of good restaurants, and many chinese and other businesses. the schools are impacted by this too, and although top rated among the state, they are very intense, homework-heavy, math-and-science heavy and into tests and extra work, and bi/multi-lingual.

it used to be a big farming/agriculture area. it is hot with little fog. most/all farms have been developed into residential/commercial over the past 10-40 years, which is sad for us life-long bay area residents to have seen..... but, the area's yards host nice citrus trees, apples, peaches, cherries, nut trees, and so on......Read More

how are the high schools? - 4/4/2006
My husband and I may have to move to California. He will be working in Mountain View. We have a high school-aged child and I'd love some input about where to live in the surrounding area. We already know that buying a house really isn't an option because of the Read More

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