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Old 01-24-2013, 12:21 PM
 
Location: Keosauqua, Iowa
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wait????? how do you get half a death
Like I said, most of them are children, so maybe it's prorated based on age.
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Old 01-25-2013, 10:22 AM
 
Location: Hot Springs
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6 one year and 7 the next will give you an average of 6.5 per year.

uh
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Old 01-25-2013, 11:37 AM
 
Location: Keosauqua, Iowa
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6 one year and 7 the next will give you an average of 6.5 per year.

uh
I'm pretty sure topher5150 was being facetious. I know I was.
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Old 01-26-2013, 10:35 AM
 
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I'm new so this may be the wrong spot to post. I currently live in a small farming town in Michigan its all woods, beaches, and corn/hay fields. The woods and beaches are good I could do with less crop fields, though. I'm going to be moving because I hate the winters here its to cold to do anything and if you have livestock its miserable. I want to live in a small town atmosphere but lose the snow. I was thinking I really like Tennessee but I'm not crazy about the venomous crew of creatures that also like living in Tennessee 4 snake species , 2 spider species , 2 scorpion species , stinging caterpillars, fire ants, and venomous beetles. Is there anywhere that doesn't freeze into a wasteland with natural beauty and good people reasonable/ low cost real estate and doesn't have sever weather and animals that are going to kill me on a regular basis, lol.
Silverfly, I grew up around Jackson, Michigan and lived in Grayling, Hillsdale and Horton as well. When I left it was for a job, not better weather. I tried Knoxville but ended up in the Cincinnati area. There is more of winter here than Tennessee, but I still have family in Jackson and can drive home from here in five hours or less versus ten hours from TN. For me, this area was a good compromise - less snow and warmer weather than I grew up with, but not too far from family.

As a kid growing up in Michigan about all I saw of Ohio were the flat farmlands on the way to Cedar Point. A lot of Ohio is like that, but my area has hills and woods aplenty. And I have never been bitten by anything more venomous than a hornet here. If you want a small town in this area check out Wilmington, Hillsboro, Lebanon or (on the weird side) Yellow Springs.
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