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Old 11-07-2008, 09:36 PM   #15
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Sedona AZ> is nice, but they have a tax for everything. Try Cottonwood, 23 miles south of Sedona. Me I like Montrose Co. One of these day I might buy a place there.

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Old 11-08-2008, 03:55 AM   #16
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I'm also a sculptor and I would go crazy not being near my clay.I know it doesn't have the feel of earthen clay but have you considered using Polymer clay it's easy to work with fairly inexpensive,and can be cured in your oven or a toaster oven.Be careful though it can be addictive and there is no cure,lol.
Do you have any pics of some of your work I'd love to see it. Hugs Peabody

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Old 11-08-2008, 06:11 AM   #17
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I hear what you are saying. That nesting instinct is very strong, both for the DW and me. We like to have a place to return to, even if we're on the road for the majority of the year.

When we found the place were we are living, we just knew this was the place. So, I suppose that when you see the place that you want to settle down, you will feel it for whatever reason. Nice thing about motorhomes.....when one wants to get on the road, all one has to do is drive on down the road..fulltime or part time.


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