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New York, Boston, Washington, or Atlanta


elbas3175
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Hi folks,

 

As part of a special deal when I bought an indoor rowing machine, I have received a free return flight to the US.

 

I have the choice of visiting New York, Boston, Washington or Atlanta, between November and April next winter.

 

Where would you recommend for fur sightings, furriers, and cold weather?

 

I suspect NY may be the best for both sightings and furriers, but I have been there before, so this seems like an ideal opportunity to try out somewhere else.

 

Any opinions?

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NYC

 

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NYC - Time Square on Wed. or around 30th-34th between 7th and 8th ave - fur district

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Las vegas is a big dissapointment.

 

I go to the CES in Jan every year and I've seen a total of three furs!!

 

Of course I don't spend my time at the gambling tables.

 

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I am not sure about the other cities, not having been there in the fall season. I would recommend NYC also, though. I live in Atlanta. Definitely do not come here for "fur watching"! It is not good!

 

Sableman

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Earendil;

 

I "gamble" enough money on Furs and Audio as it is. I don't need a third black hole.

 

At least I can snuggle up with the furs whie listening to real nice tunes.

 

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In the little time that I spent in Washington one year I found that it was a "Mink" city and not a "Fur" city. Lots of mink at about the time secretaries were getting off work. Little to nothing of anything else.

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I used to live in Boston. 7 Years.

 

It's a great city but, for fur, I would look elsewhere... It's VERY liberal and full of those "Save the Unborn Baby Whales!" types.

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