Whoo Hoooo - Sold my Property in Okanagan Wa.

Discussion in 'Homesteading Questions' started by YuccaFlatsRanch, Jul 31, 2006.

  1. YuccaFlatsRanch

    YuccaFlatsRanch Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Sold my property (10 gorgeous acres) in the Aeneus Valley in Okanogan County, Wa. Sure hope the new buyers love it as much as I did. Fantastic view of 7 major mountains from the best building site on the property.
     
  2. Rainshadow

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    Whoo Hoooo-Sold my house in Johnson County, Texas And am heading back to Washington. We know the new owners like the place. Fantastic view of absolutely nothing.
     

  3. Rainshadow

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    Really, I don't mean to slam Tx. Been here 6 1/2 years +. But I do miss the mountains and trees and salt water. Moved here from NE Wa. (Stevens Co.) and spent some time around the Okanagon. Finally going home to NW Wa.
     
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  5. donsgal

    donsgal Nohoa Homestead

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    Every place has it's good points and it's bad. Some things appeal to some folks that wouldn't to someone else. It's a matter of personal taste. I think that Texas and the great Northwest both have their own beauty. It's just whatever makes you happy that counts.

    Donsgal
     
  6. Rainshadow

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    That's right Donsgal...Don't get me wrong...there's lots here in Tx. that I'll miss...and some things in Wa. that I could do without. Of things I'll miss here, the people are at the top of the list.