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Re: Re: [Chat] bestfriends

At one time DH was considering a move to Nevada and we actually  
looked at homes. They were without basements and we were told that it  
was because the bedrock was so close to the surface that blasting  
through it to create a basement was too expensivel

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On Sep 10, 2005, at 12:31 PM, james singer wrote:

> And places like NOLA and SW Florida don't have basements because of  
> high groundwater tables, And most of the West doesn't have  
> basements because land is cheap and basements are expensive--so  
> they have sprawl instead.

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