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Eugene from Prescott, AZ
Tyler, TX
Just OK is right! I am from a military family and served my time in the service as well. I have lived in many different places and travelled to hundreds more throughout the USA and overseas. I’ve experienced many different climates and cultures. Tyler has a lot of things going for it but unfortunately it has a few problems which for me are insurmountable and cause me to look forward to relocation. The pros: Low cost of living, cheap housing, and low crime rate. Awesome medical facilities Awesome hunting and fishing Very much a family friendly atmosphere and decent schools Generally friendly people but very cliquish Nice Fall and comfortable Winters Easy to get around, minimal traffic Very green and pretty. Wild flowers are amazing in the Spring! Good fried catfish, chicken fried steak and BBQ The Cons: Very Humid and BUGGY all year round Very Humid AND HOT in the Summer - Like a sauna! Poor restaurant choices outside of chain restaurants No decent ethnic restaurant choices - Chinese, Greek, Italian, Jewish. Not a single Delicatessen in town Poor grocery choices, Walmart or the local chain is about it Not a lot to do except hunt and fish or go to the lake Lots of rain in the Winter, Spring and Summer too Occasional hurricane makes it’s way up here Deplorable airline service, plan on driving to Dallas to travel. As you can probably tell, I prefer a dryer, cooler, less buggy climate. But, if you can tolerate the heat and humidity AND you like to hunt, fish or hang out at the lake, I would say Tyler is Good place to “hang your hat”. If not then you may find yourself looking elsewhere.

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