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Yeah, but can you fill your vehicle with a song? Not even wailing the blues will keep gas prices reasonable... it will be more like moaning as gas creeps past $3.50/gallon. And with the unrest in some of the major oil-producing countries I don't doubt it we'll see it topping $4 by late this year.paulhubbard wrote:houses there can be picked up for a song!
Gas is cheaper there than here, on average.CannondaleKid wrote:Yeah, but can you fill your vehicle with a song?paulhubbard wrote:houses there can be picked up for a song!
...May, September, and also April and October in most years.Jim_H wrote:I would ask if you will miss living at altitude, or if you think it will be weird living down low again, but Page isn't very high for the plateau. You'll get really nice temps except for what, June, July and August?
That new Navajo guy from Cedar Ridge that has posting on the LCR photosets would count as northern Coconino County.Jim H wrote:So will we have any members in northern Coconino County, Apache or Navajo County?
In fact we plan on hiking next weekend - Spencer/Dominguez. I'll post it as an event.azbackpackr wrote:Toad-of-the-Rocks still lives in Page
I am excited about this.Jim Lyding wrote:You'll be a short drive from the Superstitions, Pinals, and Santa Catalinas. Cool!
I too have been in these dust storm - not looking forward to that! I am excited about being able to hike more often will all of my HAZ friends.writelots wrote:I've driven through too many massive duststorms in Casa Grande to ever consider moving there. But, I'm lucky enough to have gotten a house in Tucson before the real estate insanity of the early 2000s.
I'm excited to have you close by! All the adventures we can have!"
No change to the RB plans - we won't be leaving Page until June at the earliest. One possibility on the job horizon is actually a charter school in Ahwatukee, interestingly enough...Randal Schulhauser wrote:Welcome to the neighborhood (kind of)
How does the move affect Rainbow Bridge plans?