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To: Jack Black
Try driving out to the desert to plink with you .308 in New Hampshire.

There are thousands of acres of idle (and for-sale) paper company land in northern New Hampshire. It looks dinky compared to Wyoming, but there are still some very remote places. And if you run out of places in NH, Maine is still very very empty in the middle.

33 posted on 10/01/2003 11:11:43 AM PDT by eno_ (Freedom Lite - it's almost worth defending)
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To: eno_
We are not pledged (keep trying to talk hubby into it and I think NH is going to be a no-sell point now.) Anyways thisa morning , spending only a very few minutes I tried to get real estate info and could only find (remember only a little time so this isnt serious research yet) high end properties. I was hoping they'd pick someplace with cheap land. After teh kids go to bed tonight I can give it some real attention though.

It does strike me as odd that freedom lovers and "leave-me-alone" types would choose to move so many people into so seemingly small an area. It seems a place like Montana (or yes even Wyoming) would be more of draw because everyone would have lots (and lots!) of elbow room. Too many people in too cramped a space quickly becomes a liberal breeding ground. I'm sure it relly isn't as small a place as my globe makes it seem though.

Anyways who can name me a decent NH paper or two with their classifieds online. I haven't given up hope of changing hubby's mind but its gonna take some work.
60 posted on 10/01/2003 1:01:08 PM PDT by kancel
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