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Old 03-20-2008, 03:23 PM
 
Location: Hot Springs, Arkansas
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I know exactly what you mean about the sunsets and I've seen a FEW sunrise mornings. NOTHING like it for sure. We get some gorgeous sunsets here in Hot Springs toward Mt. Riante from here, but, I agree...sunsets in the desert are special. I know the winds played havoc with the balloon races last year. I was in Hobbs while those were going on and....it sounded really bad!

Never been to Belen but there are parts of NM that I'd love to see, especially Angel Fire.

ANYHOW...hope you get back to where your heart wants to be. It's certainly miserable living one place and needing to be in another. Been THERE!!
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Old 03-23-2008, 03:21 PM
 
Location: Hot Springs, AR
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Hi, Just wanted to get one plug in for Hot Springs, AR area. We actually have a brand new Dept of Human Services bldg and have still been sending our applications to the Texarkana area for work up due to lack of case workers. We also have a few teaching jobs available as well. Beautiful area
with camping, fishing, boating, canoeing etc. Also a lot of art culture with numerous art gallerys with monthly gallery walks in our unique little downtown area. There is quite a mix of culture here from million $ homes on the lake to housing projects for the less advantaged. There are bath houses downtown that tout healing hot mineral water that comes out of the Hot Springs deep beneath the city. We may not have the desolation of the Delta or the financial opportunities of the North West corner of the State, but Hot Springs is a great place to live. I am not a marketing agent for the city I just love the place. I am actually a Nurse Case Manager/ BSW Social Worker. Thanks for listening about Hot Springs...PineHollow Gal
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Old 03-25-2008, 06:30 AM
 
Location: Originally Fayetteville, Arkansas/ now Seattle, Washington!
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Hope you'll enjoy living in NWA nmnita! What part of NWA are you moving to? Let me know, and i'll tell ya some spots with awesome Ozark Mtn Views! I think i remember you saying you had a daughter in NWA but not sure, so you may know some of them. But again, let me know and i'll let ya in on some local secrets! Hope to run into ya in Fayetteville sometime! Haven't been back to visit family in almost a year, and i'm gettin soo homesick
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