treechange
 n.— «These days, now that a seachange has become prohibitively expensive for many, people are now considering the option of a “treechange”: downshifting from the capital cities to scenic rural localities, still within a stone’s throw of metropolitan life.» —“The Boonah boom: a treechange story” by Phil Smith ABC Queensland (Australia) Jan. 12, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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