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Re: Re: Relocation

Also keep in mind the current energy crisis in California---my brother's
electric bills have skyrocketed to over $600 per month and he doesn't have
either air conditioning or electric heating.

California is NOT a cheap place to live, and I don't think the weather
justifies the prices anymore.  I grew up there, left to go to vet school in
Colorado just a year or so ago, and probably will not be going back.  Though
if I did, I too would head to Northern Cal.  There are beautiful places to
live that still have year-'round riding, or close to it and aren't quite as

Good luck!

susan g

----- Original Message -----
From: Kristine Hammond <>
To: <>
Sent: Monday, January 08, 2001 6:54 PM
Subject: RC: Re: Relocation

> Diane,
> Why not think about the northern Nevada area.  A little bit chilly at
> close to fantastic trails, much more cost conscious than southern Ca???
> Kriss
> -----Original Message-----
> From: <>
> To: <>
> Date: Sunday, January 07, 2001 6:59 PM
> Subject: RC: Relocation
> >Dianne Hilbert
> >Hello to all out there!
> >I am going to relocate either this summer or next from Canada (right now,
> 7:45 pm, -5 C, was a beautiful sunny day - even rode without gloves!)
> >
> >I know I will be heading to California - I want to be able to ride
> (comfortably) year round - I presently ride to -20 C (-6 F) - most weather
> conditions, except ice.  I have family (nonhorse) there.  I am about to
> retire - will work at something that will allow me to ride eveeryday.  I
> want to compete - seems that the NW portion of California has the longest
> season (and the most rides).  I am free to choose where to settle - would
> love to be near trails that are not threatened (Tevis!!!- absolutely love
> the Auburn area.  Have to be "frugal"!! Have horses to bring!
> >
> >Any helpful input or suggestions would be greatfully appreciated?
> >
> >I follow "ridecamp" - love it when discusions relate to conditioning, etc
> for ER.
> >
> >Thanks again for any suggestions!
> >
> >Dianne
> >
> >
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