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Re: Where in NH?
« Reply #15 on: August 08, 2005, 12:11:11 pm »

An fyi for Brien:

None of the "early movers" will ever admit to anything being wrong or potentially wrong in NH!! ::)
They may admit there are some socialist nazis and voter fraud  ::), but that is it.
They won't even admit that the winter weather is cold  ::)

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Re: Where in NH?
« Reply #16 on: August 08, 2005, 02:23:05 pm »

An fyi for Brien:

None of the "early movers" will ever admit to anything being wrong or potentially wrong in NH!! ::)
They may admit there are some socialist nazis and voter fraud  ::), but that is it.
They won't even admit that the winter weather is cold  ::)



They admit to voter fraud and socialsit Nazis because it suits their agenda.  But then I have seen some say there is no "agenda."  So I don't know.

Perhaps they won't admit to the weather being cold because they are used to it now.  I can tell you from experience that 40 degrees F below zero is no picnic on a January morning when your car won't start and you have to be at work at 7am.  I never got used to that situation.  Things are a little different now though.  I have more money, a plug for my Cummins, and underhouse heated garages.

When I was nineteen, all I could afford was a Dodge WD 200, no motor plug, and no garage.  I would use a electric blanket and throw it over the old 318 and pray she would start at 6am.  Ahhh, the good old days ::)

It gets so cold, the hairs inside your nostrils freeze.  :o  Been there done that as they say.  However, in all fairness, when you go through that crap, you will work outside in April in just a flannel shirt.  So there are trade offs.
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Re: Where in NH?
« Reply #17 on: August 08, 2005, 05:35:06 pm »

The folks in NH don't need to talk about the negatives, thats why we keep you guys around. ;D

I just want to know when you share these winter facts with us is it just for info or do you think that you guys are the only hardy folk who can live in a cold climate, I hate to be mean to ya but millions of people live in cold climates, they seem to do o-k.

Maybe you think we are just wimpy? I hope not that would make me cry.
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Re: Where in NH?
« Reply #18 on: August 09, 2005, 04:38:20 pm »

The cold and winter has been discussed 'ad nauseum' in this forum.  Most of the population of NH  lives in the southern part of the state that never sees 40 below.
A little planning and preparation make dealing with winter a lot easier.  I'm 57 and I don't remember a time when dipstick, block and radiator hose 110 AC hearters were not available.
As a youth living in Southern New England, I hated the winter. Many mornings my car would not start and I was always late and cold.
After I discovered winterizing, the heaters mentioned above, layering of clothing and if I owned enough pairs of gloves, I would always have a pair available and learned to allow myself more time on a snowy morning, winter becam more bearable.
Almost all inovation and invention have occurred in northern climates because it is harder to live in them.  Come to New Hampshire where people are smarter!
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Re: Where in NH?
« Reply #19 on: August 10, 2005, 01:04:01 pm »

They won't even admit that the winter weather is cold  ::)

that is why we like to live so close to the reactor ;D
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Re: Where in NH?
« Reply #20 on: August 12, 2005, 05:26:20 am »

House in Cleremont YUK. Taxes holy shit. I quess because of a lawsuit against the school Cleremont taxes are wicked high (I suggested they close the schools). Anyway toured southern NH. Lots of nice places. Didn't get to Keene yet (yes Russell will let you know in advance when we take that trip) .34 hours overtime this week. Do that 51 more times and I'll see you all in NH!
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Re: Where in NH?
« Reply #21 on: August 12, 2005, 07:55:22 am »

We don't worry about high taxes ... we just don't pay them 8)
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Re: Where in NH?
« Reply #22 on: August 12, 2005, 08:47:06 pm »

Hey Russell; Chesterfield?
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Re: Where in NH?
« Reply #23 on: August 16, 2005, 01:57:27 pm »

Hey Russell; Chesterfield?

I haven't seen the actual town center .... just the area as we drive through .... I think everything in our area is nice 8)
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Re: Where in NH?
« Reply #24 on: September 21, 2005, 02:45:54 pm »

I spent a good deal of time on real estate sites last night. I was surprised to find the houses in southern NH are not much more expensive than those in northern NH and there are a lot more houses to choose from.
Vermass,

Check out pruvernai.com....  

www.pruvernai.com didn't work for me.
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Re: Where in NH?
« Reply #25 on: September 23, 2005, 08:19:54 pm »

Check out pruvernai.com....  

www.pruvernai.com didn't work for me.

It's www.pruverani.com.  And it is my personal favorite, too.

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Re: Where in NH?
« Reply #26 on: November 02, 2005, 12:57:27 pm »

you can go with Prudential Verani, but they draw their listings from the MLS--so why not just go with the MLS website? 

www.nneren.com

as for agents' websites, I find www.masiello.com to be topnotch, as you can get a free login and in doing so are able to get street addresses for properties and then map them, and consequently determine commutability/proximities to necessities. 


btw--Chesterfield, Antrim, Rindge, Jaffrey, etc etc etc are all pretty similar...your best bet is to pick a region/county and then narrow it down...folks in the Merrimack Valley will offer one set of suggestions, while those in the Connecticut River Valley apparently will steer you towards Keene...
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Re: Where in NH?
« Reply #27 on: November 04, 2005, 11:05:32 am »

And don't forget my website [http://www.DaveSellsNH.com] to get not only listing information, but some other interesting info as well.

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Re: Where in NH?
« Reply #28 on: November 04, 2005, 01:58:57 pm »

And don't forget my website [http://www.DaveSellsNH.com] to get not only listing information, but some other interesting info as well.

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