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Old 11-04-2007, 07:25 PM
 
Location: Michigan
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Does anyone know about Frankclay Mo.???????? How far from a larger city.....looking to retire, had some connections there at one time, just courious. God state to retire in ????
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Old 11-05-2007, 08:36 AM
 
Location: Ballwin, MO
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I thought you were kidding when I read your post. I've never heard of Frankclay, Mo, but google maps shows it. I go through (or just around it) a few times a year as my step daughter lives in Park Hills just about five miles from the town. We like driving the back roads in the MG. Anyway, I can't say anything about that place other than the countryside is gorgeous, and being five miles from Park Hills, and about ten miles from Farmington gets you just about anything you'd need. If it's been awhile since you've been in Farmington, you might not recognize it. Every restaurant under the sun is there. My only problem about retiring to a place like that is if you needed emergency health services, you are a long way from major trauma centers. I'm old, I worry about that.
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Old 11-06-2007, 06:24 PM
 
Location: Michigan
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Thanks for your responce RickMG, I'am also a Realtor. We are looking for a fun place and of course cheap to retire in a couple yrs. My father was from Frankclay Mo. was there 35+ yrs. ago and did meet some family. At that time it was very small. we are still looking in to Al. though. Is Mo. good to there retirees?????
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Old 11-06-2007, 10:56 PM
 
Location: Ballwin, MO
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Thanks for your responce RickMG, I'am also a Realtor. We are looking for a fun place and of course cheap to retire in a couple yrs. My father was from Frankclay Mo. was there 35+ yrs. ago and did meet some family. At that time it was very small. we are still looking in to Al. though. Is Mo. good to there retirees?????
Trust me...it's still small.

Missouri is very good to retirees. In fact, we're good to everyone.

Oh, and we don't need anymore realtors here. (jk)
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