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Old 12-04-2008, 05:57 PM
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Hi, I'm also from New England Originally, I live in Crestview, FL now. But, will also be relocating. I would love to start a club or something for us Northeners. I will be moving to Jack, AL.. end of next year. I visit there thoughout the year though. we have 30 acres of land there. Farm.
Please reply back to my email address.. its [email]Ldestin@cox.net[/email]
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Old 12-04-2008, 06:03 PM
Location: Floribama
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I may be relocating to Jack, AL which is 15 minutes from Enterprise.
I am originally from MA.. I would love to be able to find some Northeners there. I also married someone recently from AL,, we both live in Crestview, FL now. Please contact me. Ldestin@cox.net.
I'm so scared to move, because all my children live here.
Laura my husbands name is Tony
Enterprise is not that far from Crestview, I doubt you'll notice a big difference as far as the people go.
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Old 12-06-2008, 07:50 PM
Location: Chemnitz, Germany
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I am a San Francisco native and I lived in Auburn, AL for several years in the 90s and got by just fine. I went to Enterprise several times to visit some friends that live there. I would guess that half the Enterprise area population is from other parts of the US, not "lifetime locals". The main reason is that US Army Fort Rucker is nearby, and many active and retired military from all corners of the country live in the area. Also many contractors or civilian defense industry employees live around Enterprise. That means you end up with a pretty good variety of people living there, and it becomes easier for somebody that is not a "lifetime local" to make friends and find others with common interests.
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Old 08-10-2010, 07:43 PM
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I would agree with Kevin above, Enterprise AL is starting to bud like a spring flower. You may want to lease or purchase a vacant building in downtown New Brockton. Costs are alot lower in New Brockton, and Enterprise is only six miles away. This area is ripe for an Artistic community, and Fort Rucker close by.
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