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Old 10-26-2014, 04:02 PM
 
Location: Lee's Summit MO
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Gud luck with your move to OK joe , the countries I came from were 2 socialist ones and 1 pinko. The socialist ones are like Wisconsin, were you are planning to leave.The liberal mind set is the order of the day , and if your not a lockstepper well then you are not welcome . I would say my name calling is more like social satire , poking fun at the dyed in the wool liberals .Who IMHO are destroying america piece by piece . Satire is all I have left lol
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Old 11-21-2014, 01:55 AM
 
Location: Wausau, Wisconsin
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Okay, I'm ready for it...forecast low for Friday night is -4*...someone, PLEASE, just shoot me in the head...I'm ready for it!
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Old 11-21-2014, 08:33 AM
 
Location: USA
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Tonight's low in my part of the country is 52. Rather balmy, eh?
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Old 11-22-2014, 06:16 PM
 
Location: Wausau, Wisconsin
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Tonight's low in my part of the country is 52. Rather balmy, eh?
LOL Yeah, just rub it in Rubi...thanks so very much!
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Old 11-22-2014, 06:46 PM
 
Location: USA
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Oh, goody! It worked. hehehe
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Old 11-22-2014, 09:44 PM
 
Location: Floyd County, IN
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Okay, I'm ready for it...forecast low for Friday night is -4*...someone, PLEASE, just shoot me in the head...I'm ready for it!
I was in Boulder Junction area a few days ago, posted some pics in the Wisconsin forum. A bit chilly
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Old 11-26-2014, 12:32 PM
 
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(haven't read through previous 13 pages) but Bartlesville is one of the nation's top % of retirees. It's also going to be extremely cheap living with about a 45min commute to Tulsa. They've got everything you need, food, pretty nice small town mall. Doesn't have the night scene. Having said that, the retiree rate better continue flocking there or idk how bartlesvile will survive in 20 years
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Old 12-20-2014, 11:37 PM
 
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Okay, I'm ready for it...forecast low for Friday night is -4*...someone, PLEASE, just shoot me in the head...I'm ready for it!
Have you chosen where you want to live yet? Sorry I didn't have a chance to read all 13 pages either. If not here are a few more suggestions/affirmations. I know some have already been mentioned.

Nowata (inexpensive and I know many people who have lived here and loved it)
Pawhuska (Pioneer Woman has a store here)
Miami (pretty and close to water)
Wagoner (close to lake)
Barnsdall
Hominy
Vinita
Cleveland
Pawnee
Blackwell

I am personally very partial to the "Green Country" portion of Oklahoma.

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50 Safest Cities in Oklahoma - SafeWise

I love Oklahoma, it is my home state and I have lived in a few towns on both sides of the state. I think once you settle on a city you will find the rest falls into place. You can overthink and over research this. At this point in the process you probably need to start going with your gut and what feels good when you drive through the towns and how you like whatever homes you find. I know I have driven into a community before or down a street or walked into a house and gotten that tingle and felt like oh this is it. Don't overlook very small towns next to larger communities as they can be a community with their own identity that keeps the small town feel. How exciting for you, good luck with the move!

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Old 01-01-2015, 04:49 AM
 
Location: Wausau, Wisconsin
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Have you chosen where you want to live yet? Sorry I didn't have a chance to read all 13 pages either. If not here are a few more suggestions/affirmations. I know some have already been mentioned.

Nowata (inexpensive and I know many people who have lived here and loved it)
Pawhuska (Pioneer Woman has a store here)
Miami (pretty and close to water)
Wagoner (close to lake)
Barnsdall
Hominy
Vinita
Cleveland
Pawnee
Blackwell

I am personally very partial to the "Green Country" portion of Oklahoma.

Here are more research links.
This one can filter down by population.
Moderator cut: link removed, linking to competitor sites is not allowed

50 Safest Cities in Oklahoma - SafeWise

I love Oklahoma, it is my home state and I have lived in a few towns on both sides of the state. I think once you settle on a city you will find the rest falls into place. You can overthink and over research this. At this point in the process you probably need to start going with your gut and what feels good when you drive through the towns and how you like whatever homes you find. I know I have driven into a community before or down a street or walked into a house and gotten that tingle and felt like oh this is it. Don't overlook very small towns next to larger communities as they can be a community with their own identity that keeps the small town feel. How exciting for you, good luck with the move!

RedTexanTea: My first choice was Pawnee, and then Nowata but there's very little housing available in those towns...in my range anyway...I've pretty much decided on the Eufaula area. Lotsa homes for sale at reasonable prices and, more importantly, water everywhere...much like northern Wi. where I live now. Golf, fish, R/C gliders and drink beer...my idea of retirement!
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Old 01-01-2015, 04:50 AM
 
Location: Wausau, Wisconsin
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Oh yeah...-10 degrees tonight...I cannot WAIT to get the hell outta here!!!
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