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Old 07-10-2009, 08:45 AM
 
Location: Albuquerque
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Originally Posted by lisdol View Post
... when you do the search forum function, make sure you
click on the "posts" button, not the "threads" button. ...
Eh?

OK, I see. Make sure the "Show Threads" radio button is selected
( and not the "Show Posts" radio button ) before hitting [GO].

THEN, click on the Thread name.

I never had to select it because it always comes up as "Show Threads"
for me by default. I was confused. That happens to me a lot.
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Old 07-10-2009, 08:53 AM
 
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Default is threads, yes. User should choose "show posts" b/c he/she said there were pages long threads to comb through. If you choose "posts", it singles out posts within threads that have the word "moriarty" in them.

I'm sure its a momentary lapse of reason mortimer, since you are the search function guru.
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Old 07-10-2009, 09:01 PM
 
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Thank you to everyone for your very helpful advice.

I've finally decided to google for a relief map of the area. I figured out THAT was my problem. This idea that the terrain and weather can be so varied within 20 miles just threw me!!! Now I understand! The relief map helped emmensely!!!! ha!!!

As far as the winter percipitation coming in the form of snow, we'll be fine. I grew up in Guymon OK where the winters are probably very similar to Moriarty - lots of snow. I now live in Tulsa where they get bits of snow once - maybe twice a season, but mostly ICE!!! I hate it!!! Love the winter, Live for the snow...have to deal with the ice! ugh!!! I wouldn't mind to get back to those "snowed in days"....

Things are still in the "investigative" stage for us as there has been no "official" job offer yet. I'm just the kind of person who has to have information (LOTS of information) before making decisions....that's why I'm here..... For now it's a "search" and "wait" situation.... ah, the stress!!!!
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Old 07-13-2009, 06:57 AM
 
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One thing to keep in mind in Moriarty is when it does snow, the melt will turn many of the roads to mud. If you do look around there, just keep an eye on the route that takes you to a potential home and envision it during the rainy season or after a snow melt and plan accordingly.
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