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RE: RE: Good places to live

We prefer visitors. Short term ones are appreciated.

Bob Morris

-----Original Message-----
From: Lynne Glazer []
Sent: Wednesday, January 09, 2002 6:01 PM
Subject: RC: RE: Good places to live

And there's still only one area code in the state!  That's
enough to
recommend it, right there.

You do have broadband, uh, don't you? <g>

At 11:34 PM -0700 1/8/02, wrote:
>Idaho! Incredible landscape, every type of terrain and
climate you can
>imagine (except ocean coastline...)- from misty
cedar/hemlock forests to
>rocky alpine peaks, deep river canyons and gorges to
sagebrush desert,lots
>of personal freedom, low population pressure. Lots of
rides. Maybe we ain't
>got much in the way of social skills... but we've got the
Great Outdoors!
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Laney Humphrey []
>Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2002 9:55 PM
>To: Cheryl & Randy Winter
>Cc: ride camp
>Subject: RC: Good places to live
>Hi Cheryl and Randy,
>     I've lived here in central California for 17 years and
I'm thinking of
>leaving for very much the same reasons.  I looking hard at
New Mexico with
>central Oregon as another possibility.  Both have lots of
rides, nice
>and reasonable cost of living.
>I'd love to know what other places people suggest!
>Cheers, Laney
>Cheryl & Randy Winter wrote:
>>  Hi,
>>  My husband Randy and I have toyed with the idea of
moving to a different
>  > part of the country after we retire in one year.

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