Tom Acre wrote: If GenDynm is correct, the big picture for the next twenty years is uncertain at best.
OLD1953 wrote:East Tennessee and Kentucky land is still fairly cheap, it should be possible to buy 15 or 20 acres for 1000$ per acre or perhaps less
richard5za wrote:I also have a fantacy about having a small farm, putting in a garden designed to attract birds and animals, a stream with fish holes, and being self sufficient on food. But you get to an stage through age or illness when doing these things is impossible. If one spouse becomes seriously ill e.g. cancer, you need to move back to town for treatment and hospital visiting.
gerald wrote:We know or know of people who are in their 90's, and their life appears to be shit
steve12 wrote:I'm looking for a place to retire where cost of living is low without compromising its quality.
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