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I'm newly diagnosed as well (July 12th), and live in Eugene, OR. I am older than you (33), but it is still hard to find people who are adults diagnosed with Type 1. Seems like you get more education when you are diagnosed younger.
Hope you are doing ok! I'm still adjusting.
ps Cute pic! Is that an Omnipod on your arm?