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No, thank you. Maybe if my family were multi-generational or communing with another family we’d use that much space. If it were a commune, I’d turn the dining room into a school room and also create a library and conservatory. Add chickens and rabbits in the yard. 

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3 minutes ago, AirwickWithCheese said:

That stone being thrown by Hercules?   

Maybe.  About 2/3 of a mile as the crow flies.  I may have exaggerated about the stone's throw.  :)

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1 minute ago, Road Runner said:

Maybe.  About 2/3 of a mile as the crow flies.  I may have exaggerated about the stone's throw.  :)

That house would be a great dame magnet. Like Frank's house in Palm Springs. I could be your Peter Lawford.  :nodhead:

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3 minutes ago, AirwickWithCheese said:

That house would be a great dame magnet. Like Frank's house in Palm Springs. I could be your Peter Lawford.  :nodhead:

Or Charlie's house in Malibu on Two-and-a-Half Men.  You could be my Alan Harper.  :D 

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1 minute ago, Road Runner said:

Or Charlie's house in Malibu on Two-and-a-Half Men.  You could be Alan Harper.  :D 

No.  :angry:

I'd rather be an old washed-up Alan Alda.

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My cousin and husband moved from Maryland to Myrtle Beach, SC.  After a couple years they decided they didn't like it and moved back to "The Land of Pleasant Living" and now have a house in Frederick, MD.

We get a lot of teachers up here from the Carolinas, West Virginia, and Western PA.  They like to get paid for their work.

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