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New home town
Topic Started: Mon Jul 7, 2014 7:31 am (1,021 Views)
Shiloh
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I love The Boro, having called it or it's area my home town for over half my life. But the marriage and need to move to be closer to my kids that now live primarily in Goodlettsville, my original home-town and to my new wife and her kids that still live in Louisville have compelled me to uproot and head north. My wife and I located a neat rental house on 2 mostly wooded acres on a quiet dead-end with similar properties and started moving the 4th. We will complete the move this coming weekend, and I will be living in Portland, TN off exit 117 on I-65 - the last exit in TN before the big blue grass welcome sign.
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TLC
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congrats on the new home.
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Steve
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Congratulations on everything. Hope your move goes smoothly!
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Shiloh
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Well I have to say I like the new house a lot and love the quiet neighborhood. It is a dead-end atop a wooded ridge. All the houses have the same log-siding and basic designs and were built by the same contractor. Neighbors are quiet and maintain their houses and yards nicely. Had a hen turkey in my side yard yesterday eveniong when I pulled into the drive and this morning a doe was in the neighborhood not far from my place. The drive is about like it was from the log house in Bell Buckle and I'm learning tricks to skirt traffic jams. Been taking an hr and 10 mins roughly in the morning. Afternoon trip has been around an hr and 20 mins but traffic jams can make that much worse I know. Just have to deal with it though.
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