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Old 06-07-2006, 07:37 PM
 
Location: Hodgenville, Ky
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I live in Hodgenville, Ky now and am interested in moving to the Lake Cumberland, Somerset area. I would like to rent a house on or very near the lake. My daughter and son will be with me , then they will need their own places. Another daughter and grand-daughters will follow and need a place too. Not all need to be by the lake. I want a 3 bedroom or large 2 bedroom for myself. Please email me if anyone has properties available or coming available soon. ba32347@alltel.net
Barb
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Old 07-26-2009, 08:51 PM
 
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i know a couple of numbers here in somerset that have 3 bedroom 2 bath houses not by the lake but about 2 1/2 min from the lake. one is $775 a month and the other is $750 a month.
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Old 08-21-2009, 07:02 PM
 
Location: Near L.A.
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Why on earth would you move to Somerset? There are much better places in Kentucky.
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Old 08-21-2009, 11:02 PM
 
Location: Kentucky
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Why on earth would you move to Somerset? There are much better places in Kentucky.
Lots of reasons. A lot of people are different than you....

Somerset has the nicest lake in the state for one thing.

I notice in some of your other posts that you want to move to Oklahoma and South Dakota. Ummm, those areas are very rural you know that right? Yet you don't like Kentucky because it's not urban enough for you. Do you like anything?
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Old 08-21-2009, 11:21 PM
 
Location: Near L.A.
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Lots of reasons. A lot of people are different than you....

Somerset has the nicest lake in the state for one thing.

I notice in some of your other posts that you want to move to Oklahoma and South Dakota. Ummm, those areas are very rural you know that right? Yet you don't like Kentucky because it's not urban enough for you. Do you like anything?
Well, I don't really owe you an explanation. However, I'm in a really good mood tonight, so what the hey, I'll give one.

I had quite a few posts about SD b/c I was seriously considering a job out there about three months ago. Sioux Falls, to be exact, which is the state's largest city. It's smaller than even Evansville, sure, and SD is not my first pick of a state to live in, but I had a phone interview with this organization and for a while things were looking promising.

Oklahoma is about as rural as Kentucky, yes. However, my only interests are really Oklahoma City and Tulsa. I could manage Stillwater and Norman b/c they are large college towns the (nearly) sizes of Owensboro and Evansville, respectively. The rest of the state? No thanks.

My main areas of interest are Texas and California. Meanwhile, I have since moved out of Central Kentucky (thank God!!!! It's great for many but not a fit for me.) I'm living just outside of Cincinnati and do like it here overall, it's been good to me so far. But for the career I ultimately want to enter I will almost certainly have to leave the Ohio Valley in general. Hence, I'm interested in Houston, Austin, or Los Angeles.

(May the thread resume w/ talk about Somerset. )
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