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Pros: 1/ Far awa y from the maddening crowds--
2/ One stop shop for food, coffee, liquor, post office
3/ VERY quiet and peaceful
4/ you can drink from a freah water spring
Cons: 1/ Boundary road floods outin the spring
2/ needs more culverts and road management
3/ new homes coming into area, take away from quiet
4/ dirt bikes and ATV racing on back roads
This is a good place to 1/ hang your hat when you want peace and quiet
2/ get back to nature
3/ getyour mindback after the city
General info: 1/not far from Huntsvilleif you need the Town atmosphere
2/ great unique shops an dsrestaurants within 1/2 hour drive
3/nice clean beach andwater
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