I stumbled onto your wonderful forums while investigating favorable secular homeschooling/unschooling locales. I have been in Singapore the past year, with my husband (for his IT work) and 2 boys, which has been a very exciting and rewarding experience for most of us. My oldest (12) is very resistant to change of any sort, so has not found being half a world away from his Gran enriching at all.
We will eventually be returning to the states and will be investigating the best place to land. My husband is the avid sportsman (skier, ATVer, bike-rider, boat-sailer, hockey fanatic) who loves the exciting urban life, and I'm the crafty, low-impact, gardening, farmer's market-going, hiking, picture-taking nature-lover always choosing (or growing) the natural alternatives for health and home when I can. My younger son (9) and I share a love of conversation and exploration, though he really gets into the thrills with pops. We are all science/museum/zoo/theater/concert/festival nuts, and tend to be very open-minded. My husband and I have just begun to learn to quilt together, and I am interested to learn to knit someday.
I feel like I can learn a lot from the people here, and look forward to learning more about everyone!
Feel free to voice your opinion about your homeschooling/unschooling environment/support groups/state requirements/etc. I would greatly appreciate the input.