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Old 01-02-2008, 08:39 PM
 
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The problem with financing a cabin is factual, but typically that comes from the location more than the style. It's the issue of old habits and stereotypes are hard to change.

Target is represented well within the Louisville market, but "super"-Targets, I know of none similar to the many Super-Walmarts, Meijers, etc. This doesn't mean that there are none.
Thank you for all.....is there a difference between a log cabin and a log home? I didn't realize that it was more difficult to get value off of a log home. I will take a look into those towns that were recommended but I am sure that it will be much easier if I just go there any look. Does anyone recommend a particular realtor?

What does the market look like out for aviation jobs. I have an aviation degree and I am currently working on my masters in aviation with Embry Riddle Aeronautical University.
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Old 01-02-2008, 10:38 PM
 
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Thank you for all.....is there a difference between a log cabin and a log home? I didn't realize that it was more difficult to get value off of a log home. I will take a look into those towns that were recommended but I am sure that it will be much easier if I just go there any look. Does anyone recommend a particular realtor?

What does the market look like out for aviation jobs. I have an aviation degree and I am currently working on my masters in aviation with Embry Riddle Aeronautical University.

I imagine very good since UPS has its world air hub located in Louisville and is always looking for pilots. Interestingly, the passenger side of Louisville international is pretty small for a major city, but Louisville is one of the top 10 largest cargo hubs in the WORLD thanks to UPS. I do not know what you do, but I imagine UPS needs all kinds of people to fly and service their planes.
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Old 01-03-2008, 12:43 PM
 
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Hmm..where? I have been to a couple Targets in Nashville and they were regular (ok I travel alot and I do like Target for a chain ). Is the one in Franklin a super target?
Here's the map I hope that shows where they are around us
Target : Grocery : Find a Supertarget
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