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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by BadgerBoiler MN View Post
    Definitely don't want California, that's why I quit looking in Montana - too many Bistros - German is good, the wife is full blooded. I want a good place to shoot, hunt and fish.

    Might have to brush up on my solar and geothermal skills, not much radiant floor and boilers in the Texas I've seen.

    Looking at Boerne, Mason, Fredricksburg? NW of San Antone area I guess.

    MA
    Are you retiring here or coming to work, makes a difference.

  2. #15
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    [QUOTE=Chris_L;1818064]


    Greetings all,


    Chris




    If youre coming to Texas to live, you need to change that to---Greetings Ya'll.....

  3. #16
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    Greetings Ya'll.....

    Both, I'm only 51 hehehe,

    Seems like a nice climate and a few hills wouldn't hurt.

    MA

  4. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by BadgerBoiler MN View Post
    Greetings Ya'll.....

    Both, I'm only 51 hehehe,

    Seems like a nice climate and a few hills wouldn't hurt.

    MA
    Uh I think you have the wrong impression of what hill country hills look like. We are talking about semi arid high desert, not gentle rolling green hills. Fishing is great there are lakes all over the place, all man made and most are cooling lakes for coal fired power planets.

    Hunting is a different story, over ninety percent of land is privately owned and hunting is an expensive proposition. There is very little public land to hunt in fact I have never hunted on public land. A decent lease is going to run you $7,000.00 or more per gun hunting in Texas is big business.

  5. #18
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    I lived in Albuquerque for a couple years. Dry will be a nice change after shoveling 8 inches of wet snow last week.

    MA

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