Two inch stack of paperwork
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and we have our construction loan!!! Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin


Now all we have to do is catch a dry spell to finish digging the basement and we're set to go. Rolleyes

Weather forecast is for rain Sat and Sun, dry Mon, Tue, Wed, then more rain. Angry Angry Angry
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  Re: Two inch stack of paperwork by Wild Turkey (and we have our cons...)
Guess that means you have an address as well...congrats!
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  Re: RE: Two inch stack of paperwork by fredhargis (Guess that means you...)
(07-06-2019, 06:27 AM)fredhargis Wrote: Guess that means you have an address as well...congrats!

Not until we get concrete footers poured.   Rolleyes

Lawyer and banker at closing just laughed when I mentioned the problem.  It's a constant fight in the county so they just let it ride until the final closing and then they use the surveyor's description and whatever mailing address they are given.  Laugh
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  Re: Two inch stack of paperwork by Wild Turkey (and we have our cons...)
We had no physical address when we moved into this house. We were known as living in the Koepsle house- everyone knew where the Koepsle house was. Instead, we had a po box.
There was a faded street sign that may have read Seguin at one time. When the DMV and other places demanded a physical address, I made one up and used it for all of them. Finally the county adopted 911 services in the 90's and we had ourselves an official street name and a real genuine legal and usable house number- life was good. But the folks at the DMV wanted to know how it was we didn't move but had a different address. I don't remember what bs I told them.
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  Re: Two inch stack of paperwork by Wild Turkey (and we have our cons...)
(07-05-2019, 10:12 PM)Wild Turkey Wrote: and we have our construction loan!!! Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin


Now all we have to do is catch a dry spell to finish digging the basement and we're set to go. Rolleyes

Weather forecast is for rain Sat and Sun, dry Mon, Tue, Wed, then more rain. Angry Angry Angry

      We are hitting a dry spell here it's called summer. Highs of 100*+ and very high humidity for the forseeable future. Forecast is 99-100* but no one lives at the airport, it's always 5-7* hotter here than the airport and the forecast.  So enjoy the rain...  Also enjoy the basement. I with houses here had them.
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  Re: RE: Two inch stack of paperwork by Robert Adams ([quote='Wild Turkey'...)
(07-06-2019, 10:12 PM)Robert Adams Wrote:       We are hitting a dry spell here it's called summer. Highs of 100*+ and very high humidity for the forseeable future. Forecast is 99-100* but no one lives at the airport, it's always 5-7* hotter here than the airport and the forecast.  So enjoy the rain...  Also enjoy the basement. I with houses here had them.

That heat and humidity is the one think I don't like about Texas.  I travel to Dallas for work from time to time and its always in the summer.  Can't wait to leave every time, I just can't take that kind of heat and humidity.  In NJ we can get into the mid to upper 90s, but then a front blows in after 4 or 5 days from our friends in Canada and cools everything down.
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  Re: RE: Two inch stack of paperwork by Admiral ([quote='Robert Adams...)
(07-07-2019, 12:04 PM)Admiral Wrote: That heat and humidity is the one think I don't like about Texas.  I travel to Dallas for work from time to time and its always in the summer.  Can't wait to leave every time, I just can't take that kind of heat and humidity.  In NJ we can get into the mid to upper 90s, but then a front blows in after 4 or 5 days from our friends in Canada and cools everything down.


        I can't wait to leave here either. As it gets hotter my anger grows along with it exponentially. I'm at the point now where I am constantly cussing and just flat pissed off any time I am outside. This really is a horrible place to live weatherwise not to mention that there is nothing to do that's not at least a day and a half drive or a flight away... She wants an RV but it takes so long to get far enough north to where the weather is decent. I am an outdoors person and this is not the part of the country for it.
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  Re: Two inch stack of paperwork by Wild Turkey (and we have our cons...)
We just drove >4,000 miles to reach the cool of Alaska. There’s a heat wave up here, plus wildfires. Sad Fortunately, at the moment there are fewer bugs than Oklahoma.
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