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post #2086 of 3503 Old 04-18-2010, 09:22 PM
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Im born and raised in Williamson County. Its about 30 min south of nashville. its the 12th wealthiest county in the us. But im just from the country side of it, and thats just fine with me
it is beautiful down here. and its a great place to live.

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boooo...i'm in greenville sc,not too far away


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post #2087 of 3503 Old 04-18-2010, 09:24 PM
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ok strange but one night i was out in the woods lost and came across a dirt road so i took it to this small trail with a fire and saw a truck so I took it back... There was a burning cross and no one there I shat a brick pulled a u turn and floored it to the dirt road and 7 miles later a concrete road... thank you god
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now thats just cruel lol. why couldnt she be doing it to some honda or something that gets amazing gas mileage haha. for locking gas caps
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post #2090 of 3503 Old 04-18-2010, 11:14 PM
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What?! Dude, I'm in Sugarhill, it wasn't that cold today to me. Felt pretty good actually.
it was nice today but when i drove home about ten minutes ago it was pretty damn cold haha. where is sugarhill? not familiar with it.
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post #2091 of 3503 Old 04-19-2010, 09:15 AM
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it was nice today but when i drove home about ten minutes ago it was pretty damn cold haha. where is sugarhill? not familiar with it.
Right next to Buford (Mall of Georgia) and Suwanee. North tip of Gwinnett. You shouldn't be too far from me.

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Can you not swim? This is no excuse get out there. The boat is probably full of sediment.



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haha thanks.

as for the boat, noo luck. its been in that pond a good while, its so rotted that with the towin strap we took to it, it was breakin

our idea was to hook on a tow strap then pull it out with my jeep.
it wouldnt budge.

but here is how much its stickin out
WOW aurban you have big dreams, that boat dose not look like much, at least in the pics.
Hey nice shots of the brick house.... I like the old barn best so far

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hah thanks. I just think it would be cool to pull out. Its been in there 5+ years, i guess it just really interests me.

Thanks for the compliments. We actually are callin on both of these places to see the plans for them and maybe possible to buy the house with the pool in it. Thanks again for the compliments guys. I love showin you this stuff!! Hopefully ill have some more this weekend!!

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that would be epic if you got that house. its huge!

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that would be epic if you got that house. its huge!
It would be somethin. I live in a veryyyy wealthy county. One acre in williamson county is about $6500 but funny thing is Maury County which is RIGHT beside us one acre goes for about $3000. This house is in Maury so we might could get a good deal on it. It sold at auction on 07 for $150,000. Thats unheard of around here!! I'll keep yall posted.

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Wait how far in the country are you? $6500 for an acre? Thats seems far too cheap if it is nice land. Maybe that is just the difference between Canadian and American real estate prices.

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Ya i think so. Cuz in tennesse thats expensive. Its just farm land.

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Ya i think so. Cuz in tennesse thats expensive. Its just farm land.
Everything is cheap in Tennessee, i picked up my jeep there for $500

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Wait how far in the country are you? $6500 for an acre? Thats seems far too cheap if it is nice land. Maybe that is just the difference between Canadian and American real estate prices.
thats just tennessee for ya, land isnt near that cheap here in bama

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