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Old 01-27-2009, 08:55 PM
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Nicely put elemental. I agree on a well rounded picture. Proeye, I happy that you found what you wanted but that's not for everyone. Would you really move to a horrible town to make even more money? Certainly income is a factor but if a person enjoys a simplier way of life, then they don't need to slave to make more money to pay for it. Just a basic example...I use to eat out often and enjoy it but now I prefer to save the money and only go out occassionally. I don't have to work the extra hours to pay for that and it fine for me. Now it's a real treat. If you have more elaborate habits or expensive tastes, then that's fine too. Just don't tell us we have it wrong...just different stokes for different folks!
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Old 01-30-2009, 04:31 PM
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Default Sandpoint is nice

I had a half-baked dream of moving to Sandpoint a few years back. Gorgeous place, but then I realized it's just a resort town with overpriced housing and every other person is a realtor. Northern ID is pretty awesome...things seemed more affordable up around Bonners Ferry, but then there is no economy to speak of either.
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