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Old 05-17-2012, 05:17 PM   #15
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Just arrived at our destination for the next month. Seven Feathers RV Resort in Canyonville, Oregon. High of 65 and sunny, absolutely gorgeous!

Pictures please!
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Old 05-17-2012, 05:59 PM   #16
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Just wanted to ask if you could choose to retire anywhere in the good ole US of A where would that be and why?
I thought mine was Tucson, AZ but aside from getting military orders to Ft. Walton Beach, FL I don't think Tucson would be the place for me. Too dry, too much crime, the people just seemed like they couldn't be trusted. Maybe FWB, FL will be my spot.

On behalf of myself and all the other untrustworthy citizens of Tucson, we
hope you follow your dream to Florida soon.....and stay there...

PS - It's dry because its in the desert....


We live in Tucson, but spend the summers in the Pacific Northwest.

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On behalf of myself and all the other untrustworthy citizens of Tucson, we
hope you follow your dream to Florida soon.....and stay there...

PS - It's dry because its in the desert....

We live in Tucson, but spend the summers in the Pacific Northwest.

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I was hoping nobody would take offense to the Tucson comment but, I guess not.

I have had bad experiences with a lot of sales here in Tucson. Pool company, RV dealer, Lowes installers, even my kids pediatric doc.....it seems everyone is just out to screw you over.

Don't get me wrong I really love the area but, just not my cup of tea. I miss the green grass, trees, and water!

Thanks again for reminding me Tucson was in the desert I was wondering what all those funny looking trees with needles on them were.
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Pictures please!
Hope nobody minds if I highjack this thread for a moment...

Ran out and took a few photos of our campsite.
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Hope nobody minds if I highjack this thread for a moment...

Ran out and took a few photos of our campsite.
Wow that's a nice place!
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Wow that's a nice place!
Just got back from walking the dog. Actually, pictures don't do it justice.
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anywhere in north east Texas ( tyler, quitman , mineloa region)
or north west florida (FWB, Pcola,Lillian alabama)
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Yeah I am really looking forward to the day that I can be a full timer! Just had a baby so it will tack on at least 18 years to that dream
Congratulations!.................................. .. I guess
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Lol, thanks
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Hi we like the mountains of North Carolina and moved here 10 years ago from NJ. It is a place I can afford to live and the people are the greatest plus the taxes don't kill me. I am 2 hours from everywhere if I have to go to the big city which I don't like to go to due to traffic as I'm spoiled.

The winters are mild enough although we have a little snow that comes at night and by lunchtime it is gone. In fact I don't even own a snow shovel and use a leaf blower to get the snow off my front porch.

Tn is nice too exceot they have high sales tax. No Ga mountains are nice too.

Good luck in finding something.

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Old 05-17-2012, 10:18 PM   #28
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Don't worry, you are not alone. I'm worried that we will have to stop at a wallyworld an hour down the road to pick up stuff we forgot.
Back to topic. The Medford OR area looks like it would be a good place to hang my hat if I had my druthers. Pretty country, mild reasonably dry winters, away from the oppressive summer heat and an easy drive to Reno or Palm Springs.
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