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Re: Considering moving earlier than expected
« Reply #60 on: December 16, 2008, 10:46:51 pm »

Trailers are a good, inexpensive way to go.  The trick is to find one with low park dues/fees.  Or if you drop your own on a property, make sure the property taxes are low, which can be hard to find.
We'll chat more about it when you get here.
Just get here.
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Re: Considering moving earlier than expected
« Reply #61 on: December 17, 2008, 07:38:27 am »

It wouldn't be so bad accept I was getting it from work, I am getting it from my friends, and from my family. I just won't allow guilt from a few people I due care about keep me from trying to make a difference for myself, and maybe more than that hopefully.

Looking forwarding to seeing you in NH Sam!

I'm amazed by the level of supportive reactions I've been getting.  I just held my moving sale, and when people asked about my relocation, I gave them the most basic info, and only went into detail when pressed.  Every person I discussed it with agreed that government is too big, and wanted to know more about the FSP.  When I went to drop off unsold items at the thrift store, the attendant discussed New Hampshire without asking my reason for moving--but then she handed me a tax slip, and the issue arose, to her obvious interest.  Something is happening here, and I want to help move it in the proper direction.
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Re: Considering moving earlier than expected
« Reply #62 on: December 17, 2008, 07:47:55 am »

It wouldn't be so bad accept I was getting it from work, I am getting it from my friends, and from my family. I just won't allow guilt from a few people I due care about keep me from trying to make a difference for myself, and maybe more than that hopefully.

Looking forwarding to seeing you in NH Sam!

I'm amazed by the level of supportive reactions I've been getting.  I just held my moving sale, and when people asked about my relocation, I gave them the most basic info, and only went into detail when pressed.  Every person I discussed it with agreed that government is too big, and wanted to know more about the FSP.  When I went to drop off unsold items at the thrift store, the attendant discussed New Hampshire without asking my reason for moving--but then she handed me a tax slip, and the issue arose, to her obvious interest.  Something is happening here, and I want to help move it in the proper direction.

Awesome!  Consider issuing a press release or letter to the editor when you leave explaining your reasons for moving.
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Re: Considering moving earlier than expected
« Reply #63 on: December 17, 2008, 10:13:44 am »

I'm amazed by the level of supportive reactions I've been getting. I just held my moving sale, and when people asked about my relocation, I gave them the most basic info, and only went into detail when pressed. Every person I discussed it with agreed that government is too big, and wanted to know more about the FSP. When I went to drop off unsold items at the thrift store, the attendant discussed New Hampshire without asking my reason for moving--but then she handed me a tax slip, and the issue arose, to her obvious interest. Something is happening here, and I want to help move it in the proper direction.

Reading your post just gave me chills in a good way. This is really awesome. :)
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Re: Considering moving earlier than expected
« Reply #64 on: December 19, 2008, 01:33:20 am »

Well I made it over the mountains despite the biggest snow storm to hit the NV/ARI area in 20 years! Guess the weather is just trying to make me work for my freedom to get to NH.

I am currently in a Holiday Inn near the Ari/NM border.
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Re: Considering moving earlier than expected
« Reply #65 on: December 19, 2008, 09:05:13 am »

Reading your post just gave me chills in a good way. This is really awesome. :)

Yesterday, I phoned in to make a last appointment with my doctor before leaving.  When the secretary asked me why I was moving to New Hampshire, of all places, I explained briefly.  Her response was an enthusiastic "Cool!"
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Re: Considering moving earlier than expected
« Reply #66 on: December 19, 2008, 12:31:29 pm »

Reading your post just gave me chills in a good way. This is really awesome. :)

Yesterday, I phoned in to make a last appointment with my doctor before leaving. When the secretary asked me why I was moving to New Hampshire, of all places, I explained briefly. Her response was an enthusiastic "Cool!"

I've never understood some folk's attitude about New Hampshire. This whole "of all places" thing. Growing up in New England like I have, New Hampshire was always a place a lot of folk look forward to going to. The White Mountains, the great small towns and cities with their Yankee culture. Especially now with Manchester having become a city folk would actually want to go to instead of drive past!
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