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Old 02-13-2007, 09:32 AM
 
Location: Illinois
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Ive narrowed my selection down to two places in TN i wanna live and i need some other input on what others think might be better. Ive lived in a small town in IL all my life, 1400 people and im not quite sure which to choose cause Cumberland County looks beautiful...
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Old 02-13-2007, 10:36 AM
 
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Ive narrowed my selection down to two places in TN i wanna live and i need some other input on what others think might be better. Ive lived in a small town in IL all my life, 1400 people and im not quite sure which to choose cause Cumberland County looks beautiful...
There are definitely some beautiful areas of Cumberland County.

But of the two choices you mentioned, my personal choice would be Westmoreland. It's a quaint little town but isn't too far from Gallatin and, beyond, Nashville. Crossville is kind of stuck in the middle of nowhere. If you're looking to be in the middle of nowhere, then Crossville would be it. But Westmoreland is also very rural yet isn't too far from a big lake, malls, and (big on my list) the Nashville airport.
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Old 02-13-2007, 12:45 PM
 
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[quote=JMT;363569]There are definitely some beautiful areas of Cumberland County.
( Crossville is kind of stuck in the middle of nowhere. If you're looking to be in the middle of nowhere, then Crossville would be it.)


It's more like in the center of everything All your needs are in town and if there's anything extra you want it's only an hour away. No traffic jams, no rushing and more waterfalls and hiking trailes than you could cover in a month. The weather here is always at least 5 degrees cooler in the summer than everywere else, 10 degrees cooler than Knoxville. It's also the golf capital of Tennesse We even have banks and grocerie stores a- hyuck
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Old 02-13-2007, 12:49 PM
 
Location: Illinois
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I appreciate both your input on this, ty much=)
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Old 02-13-2007, 02:23 PM
 
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There are definitely some beautiful areas of Cumberland County.
( Crossville is kind of stuck in the middle of nowhere. If you're looking to be in the middle of nowhere, then Crossville would be it.)


It's more like in the center of everything All your needs are in town and if there's anything extra you want it's only an hour away. No traffic jams, no rushing and more waterfalls and hiking trailes than you could cover in a month. The weather here is always at least 5 degrees cooler in the summer than everywere else, 10 degrees cooler than Knoxville. It's also the golf capital of Tennesse We even have banks and grocerie stores a- hyuck
Once again, you exaggerate the temperature differences. The AVERAGE temperature in Crossville is about 4 degrees cooler than Knoxville. Thus sayeth the National Weather Service. Sometimes it's more, sometimes it's less.

Last night, in fact, it was colder in Knoxville than in Crossville.

And to suggest that only in Crossville can one find good golfing is of course ludicrous. There are beautiful golf courses all over Tennessee.
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Old 02-13-2007, 07:20 PM
 
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I simply said," It's the golf capital of Tennesse" It's WRITTEN everywhere and in city hall. Is our mayor lying? And if you payed attention I said SUMMER. Moderator cut: no insulting allowed An average is a whole bunch of numbers added together and then divided. So, not every day is 4 degrees cooler. That is an average for one whole year. Sorry SCRebel8202 I'll leave you back to your post. P.S. my observations are on monthly/weekly drives to Knoxville IN PERSON.
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Old 02-13-2007, 09:26 PM
 
Location: Beautiful East TN!!
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OK guys, take it easy, no reason to start an argument over it.
You both made your point, let it be now please.
Thank you.
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