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Re: DeMoine info?


No wild indians here in Idaho either, at least no wilder than the rest of
the population ;>
----- Original Message -----
From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Thursday, September 22, 2005 3:00 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] DeMoine info?


> Theresa, I may not be the best to ask.   We have 4 seasons with very hot,
> humidity, very cold, and   wind because we are prairie.   We do have
tornados but
> no hurricanes. I have been to many areas but always when I start home I
would
> rather be where I am there any place else.   We have anything you will
find
> in a metro area. We have been rated the 4th biggest art festival in the
nation
> and best state fair. Our freeway system is in the midst of complete
> reconstructing so moving about is not the easiest now but within 2 yrs it
will be great.
>   I have neighbors who choose to come here from lg cities & they think it
is
> the best kept secret. Banking, insurance & agriculture are big industries
of
> our area. We are known as the bread basket of the world.   World known
John
> Deere, both manufacturing & credit co are located here.   World leader
pioneer
> International, now owned by Dupont, and Meredith publishing are
headquartered
> here.   A new library with a garden roof is in final stages, new science
bldg
> just opened, new huge events center recently opened, symphony, art center,
minor
> baseball team with a stadium rated as the best in the minor team world,
close
> to Ames our land grant university, 2 4 yr colleges & area school, highly
> rated public educational system but of course we are not with out
negatives.   We
> have hi property tax & state tax but housing is rated as moderate.   We do
not
> have wild indians roaming our countryside and we are not known for
potatoes
> as we are many times confused with Idaho.   Being in   the heartland we
are
> conservative but are rated as warm,friendly, caring people.   This is
probably
> more than you wanted to know.     Ceres
>
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