When we find that next piece of land, we plan on it being our last. We've ruled out Maine because we feel that the overall tax base will be too expensive when we're no longer working. WV and TN are still in our thoughts, but we're beginning to think that taking everything from scenic pleasure to cost of living into account, the Ozarks (our former home) may still be the best place to be. I found a 54 acre property in a fairly remote area of AR that has 1800 feet of river front. I haven't seen this property yet, so I really don't know anything about it, could be bluff, could be bottom land. All my life I've wanted a year round creek or river running through our land, but I wonder if anyone has that, and could point out the good and bad things about having frontage? I know there's stuff I'll never think of!