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Old 07-23-2012, 08:20 PM
 
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Failing that... word of mouth, recommendations from coworkers, and little flyers in convenience stores or at the front of Pamida may work.
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Old 07-26-2012, 11:14 PM
 
Location: Spots Wyoming
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Ok, here is the email I got from my cousin. For good or bad, here it is.

"They have a movie theater. If you want to do something plan on going to eat, or out in the hills. Dish net work is better than Cable because the cable breaks up a lot.
The town is 3500 of the most clickish people ever. Not much good to say about it I would not move back there unless I had to.
They have a couple apartments and not many people rent houses. It is kind of a buy it or forget it town.
The weather is great. In the 5 years that I lived there we did not have any deep snow. It kindof sits in a bowl with everything going around it. But then anything that has been there would go around it before it stopped there.
I still have my little one bedroom house there and until my renter moves out will keep it but I dont go visit.
There are some places to stay away from when looking for a place to live. The refinary stinks up the north side of town real bad and living near the train tracks sucks. Lots of trains and they blow the whistle at every street.
Look on the south east side or out towards Deadwood and just over the boarder is Custer Highlands."
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