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post #1 of 3 Old 01-05-2013, 03:02 PM Thread Starter
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Ok with Shan's new found cold feet on moving it is time to come up with the pro's and con's of staying here.

Pro's: Love the fishing and outdoor activities, House is almost paid off, Lots of job offers, Close to family and we already have a friend network here, not making the kids change schools, Naval Hospital.

Con's: Hate the weather, Don't want to work for the DOD, Hate our house, Cost of living.

Both lists are not all inclusive yet I will update them as needed. I just wanted this written down somewhere.

What other things can you think of that would make the PNW our home.

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Um.. you would have to change your Forum nic???

I agree with you.. we LOVE the PNW, but really get tired of the wet damp cold 8 to 9 months a year. Our cure... is our RV and Newport Oregon!!! Crabbing.. the coast.. hard to beat the beauty of our coast line.

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I hate the freaking weather too!!!

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