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    And I needed a place like this...I feel like a fish out of water other places. While I am an Independent, my leanings are far more conservative than most.

    I live in eastern TN with my husband and furbabies...have 7 cats and 3 dogs. Thanks to becoming a grandmother recently, we will be moving next year to Western North Carolina. We are also gonna try and buy a decent amount of property so we can become a bit more self sufficient. While not a prepper, disasters DO happen and planning in advance makes sense.

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    Welcome! Eastern Tennessee/Western NC is one of the prettiest places in America. Weather can be a little harsh, but not all that bad......and then there was that rock slide a couple years back that had the freeway closed for months...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starbuck View Post
    Welcome! Eastern Tennessee/Western NC is one of the prettiest places in America. Weather can be a little harsh, but not all that bad......and then there was that rock slide a couple years back that had the freeway closed for months...
    Yeah, altho the old way between both places was still open and easy to use (unless you were a big truck).

    I grew up in the upstate of SC...the NC/TN mountains have always been home to me.
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    Welcome! Where in Western NC, north like Boone or south like Asheville/Hendersonville?
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    Quote Originally Posted by linda22003 View Post
    Welcome! Where in Western NC, north like Boone or south like Asheville/Hendersonville?
    Asheville area, more like Candler area. But a bit north would work too.

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    Very nice. The Asheville area is on my potential retirement places list, along with Williamsburg and a few others.
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