Originally Posted by xeys_00
Ok, well, it looks like it's back to texas for about a year, to prepare, and get ready for a move to... SOMEWHERE. Not texas, I really don't like it. Oh well, I'll have a year to think it over, I guess. Little deal with the wife, 1 year in texas to make sure everything is covered, and to decide on a place. Probably take several trips to different states. Thanks for the input. Wife is pushing for a bigger city/town. She doesn't want to feel isolated. I'm guessing 25k people minimum. We'll probably visit new hampshire first. Thanks for the great comments!
I am no city dweller, but it seems to me in a city people just blend in and no one can tell one from another... Out here people know who you are fast, if you like that sort of thing.
I live a secluded personal life and go to places where I am well known when I want to be well known.
My wife goes where I go, which I guess is a little different than what life is like these days, but she likes it that way. We do plan things together, and I assist in her projects where I can, and she does in mine, when she can.
She takes care of me which is important since i work til I litterally drop.
I still think Littleton is a good match for your first post. That town is hoppin' for a smaller town. It's a bigger town by NH standards, but smaller by most other states stds.
Another thing is it sits right on I-93 in Vt about, making interstate travel a breeze.
I live in Tamworth and it's 1 hour to just get to any interstate for me.
NH has terrible east west routes for the mountains.
In the south is Rt 101, mid way is Rt 112 the Kanc, last to the north is Rt 2 which can be had from Littleton easy as well.
I do agree you should vist in all 4 seasons, then if you buy you should examine the places again in all 4 seasons.
What looks high and dry just might not be. Winter snows hide things or reveal things depending.
Once I had a little place and had no idea there was a garden before, which was all over grown, but early Spring showed the depression in the snow.