I moved to the rural Missouri Ozarks in late July, 2001, after "completly retiring". I am really out in the boonies, 11 miles out of Shell Knob, on beautiful Table Rock Lake. The clincher to decide to move was when my Wisconsin Property taxes reached what I consider an obscene level. If I stayed there, there is no way I could have afforded to retire. In my first life I was an Electronics Engineer. When the company I worked for moved, I opted to change careers.
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Those machine shop auctions are one thing I really miss! My first couple of engines were Stirlings. Then some small steam models. Now I am hooked on minature as well as full size antique farm engines. I had my shop built prior to moving here, 25' by 35', and of course now it is too small. Two small window air conditioners left over from my home in Wis keep it very comfortable in the hot summer, and I have a small propane heater for heat in the winter.
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