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Old 03-07-2007, 05:45 PM
 
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Drunk, slurring, salsa in the beard, mustard down the front of my shirt and I'll wear my bright red Red Sox had.


Mark...will ya' let me & hubby in if we're wearing our Yankee shirts??????

BxRosie
Definitely.. If we were in Boston it might be different
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Old 03-07-2007, 05:46 PM
 
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Your post made me smile today. I am miserably cold today in NH, had a rotten day at work so this totally cheered me up. Hope to join you this year in NC. House is on the market next Monday and my husband meets with his company in NC March 19 to see when he can get his transfer. My fingers are crossed really hard its soon.
Good luck and try and stay CALM
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Old 03-07-2007, 05:49 PM
 
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Can't Stop Thinking Of Moving To North Carolina. Florida Is Just Too Hot For Words. Where Do You Guys Live And What Is The Best Place Where You Are Not On A Zero Lot Line? Any Help Would Be Very Appreciated. Anyone In Murphy? Cary? Apex? Thanks So Much. Sweating In Florida Already And It Is Only March )))))))
I thought you were supposed to get used to the heat?

I'm guessing a zero lot line is a small lot or house right on the border of the lot? Not much in new stuff here in Huntersville that isn't close to being that. I think as far as new that Cornelius, and Charlotte are about the same too.
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Old 03-07-2007, 08:20 PM
 
Location: hinesburg, vt
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The cold, snowy, neverending winter here in Vermont is exactly why we are looking to move to NC. Any views on the best area? We have two young children, i am a preschool teacher and the hubby is a landscaper/ salesperson/1sg in the guards, jack of all trades. We were looking at the Watauga area. Ps. your drunken english is pretty good!
If your husband was the 1SG for the VT ARNG down in Arizona back in September, then I was down there with him. We are also looking at moving in the future down south, but have focused on the Roanoke, Va area. Still doing the research, especially on ecomomic factors. The way things are going up here I can't see being able to afford to stay. Good luck with your research. Just for information, there is another Vt'er who has some pretty good posts on the Virginia forum for the Roanoke area (seanpecor), check it out for some info as some of it concerns the adjoining states (NC/TN) as well. Good luck with your search.
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Old 03-21-2007, 02:20 PM
 
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Your message was funny and inspirational. I am from NYC and I'm moving to NC as soon as I find out I have this job. I just turned down 1 job because I'm holding out for this one. I'm moving because I just want to experience something different for once in my life. Thank you for sharing.
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Old 03-22-2007, 10:41 AM
 
Location: Southern NH
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The cold, snowy, neverending winter here in Vermont is exactly why we are looking to move to NC. Any views on the best area? We have two young children, i am a preschool teacher and the hubby is a landscaper/ salesperson/1sg in the guards, jack of all trades. We were looking at the Watauga area. Ps. your drunken english is pretty good!
We're from NH thinking of moving to NC. I kind of hibernate for 5 months of the year and it's really getting to me. We have two small children as well. We have friends that live in Troutman (so we want to be within 15 mins or less from them, but I'm thinking Davidson (20 mins from Charlotte) might be more our style. Have you just started to research? What areas are you thinking of? We're looking for an Exeter, NH or a St. Johnsbury, VT type of location. Where do you live in Vermont. I grew up in Canaan, VT, the most north eastern town in VT.
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