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Old 12-10-2014, 11:17 PM   #15
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Old 12-12-2014, 04:12 PM   #16
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I thought it wouldn't be as nasty a winter. Are there inexpensive locations on further south?
South Texas...McAllen, Mission, Rio Grande Valley. About 75 campgrounds from $350 a month on up. No snow warranty...

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Old 12-12-2014, 10:14 PM   #17
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For me I prefer Arizona. By driving just a couple hundred miles from the center of the state to the mountains I can have the full spectrum of weather. Snow covered mountains, to sunny dry deserts.

Arizona works for me. Just by deciding where I have my permanent home within Arizona, I can be either a snowbird or a sunbird without burning more than a few gallons to get to my second home in the winter or summer.

What works for you is as individual as preferring chocolate over vanilla. Neither is right or wrong, and both make a great dessert. It's far more about your attitude then your location. Enjoy wherever you choose and don't worry about what shade of green the grass is on the other side of some fence.

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Nicely said Mr and Mrs Star.

We snowbird in the Yuma area. Cost of living is really decent. Facilities are top notch and we are within 2 - 3 hours of San Diego, Phoenix and Palm Springs. Far enough to be away from the influence but close enough to do day trips.
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Tennessee has no income tax. What about Florida or state in between? That could pay for property.
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Originally Posted by aa9zz View Post
Tennessee has no income tax. What about Florida or state in between? That could pay for property.

Florida has no state income tax.

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North Carolina has income tax, personal properly tax, outrageous gas tax, and just about any other tax you can think of.

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