Travis Johnson wrote:
But I admit some of the things that are priority for you, mean little to me. I am not foo-fooing your priority list, I am just different. I just put up with the school that we have here. It gets a 2 on the school scale I guess, but I do not care. I work with the teachers as best as I can for my four daughters, and hope for the best. And we are so rural here, that walkability is something even the Amish do not do. A car is required, but the thing is, you get used to it. We are selling our homestead, and yet one thing we have heard is, "we love your place, but it is so far out". But the thing is, it is only because they have only been here once. Yes, all the roads are backroads, but we are only 18 miles from all the major stores. My wife is an "intwner", and it took her awhile to get used to the distances to get somewhere, but you do get used to it. Again, it is planning. We do not buy groceries every day here, we go to town once a week because we plan for it.
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