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    1. wyojoe
      Thanks for the nice reply. I understand your wife not liking the wind. Nobody likes it. If you ever get back this way you would be shocked at how Casper has grown. mostly on the East Side but the west side also. Lots of restaurants, Kohls department store and 2nd avenue goes all the way out to hat 6 road with businesses all along the road. A new private Hospital, a new Olive Garden and new Red lobster, Fire Rock steak house, a Big movie complex, health clubs, Home Depot, Menards, Doctor offices, Rehabilitation center, cancer center and a number of New Car dealers. And of course more people and apartments and new housing and for a hour or so 2nd ave. actually has a rush hour, but still not like a big city, and the town is still very compact and not much drive time to where ever you want to go.
    2. wyojoe
      I'm sure you can't forget the wind in Wyoming, it does get strong sometimes. Maybe thats why there is so few trees on the Eastern side of the state.LOL Arkansas is a beautiful State but I do like Wyoming. The summers here are wonderful and the snow is sometimes less than Colorado. I also like when I get on a highway, sometimes you don't see a car for miles in front or back of you. When you are retired and it is windy or snowy you can look out the window and just stay inside. Now if I had to work outside every day it would be different.
    3. wyojoe
      Got your message. Arkansas is a pretty place. I lived in Lexington Kentucky for 7 years and prefer less humidity here in wyoming. LOL
    4. classwife
      Congratulations to you today ! Our newest ECF Veteran !!!
    5. crashandburn
      Lurk... Creep
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