Texas Texas Bound, need advice...

Discussion in 'South Central USA' started by PastorJavier001, Mar 21, 2015.

  1. PastorJavier001

    PastorJavier001 Member

    Thank all for your inputs. It's been a while. I'm still in Hawaii, the job ( JROTC) has me here for one more year because of the contract. I'll probably send the wife ahead to secure a job and housing soon. We have settled for New Braunsfels as our next home. I'm planning on getting some land about 2 hours away for a bug out location, and prepping heaven. As always I welcome suggestions and ideas. I hope to see you all soon. I really don't want to be in this rock when TSHTF...
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  2. Balls004

    Balls004 Not new, just older

    I think you'll love New Braunsfels! Good luck with with the move!
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  3. RevWC

    RevWC The Future?

    Wise choice! Good luck with all!
  4. Marcus

    Marcus Texian

    East of NB is more farming and wetter but also more people compared to going West. It depends on your goals, but I wouldn't go much past the Hill Country if you go west. It gets real dry real quick.
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  5. Country Living

    Country Living Supporting Member

    I wonder how long it's going to take for that section of the I35 corridor to be renamed Newausantonio (new aus antonio). I couldn't figure out any naming convention to keep the towns in order so I went with the most simple.
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  6. zhanshimushi

    zhanshimushi New Member

    NB is nice I’m looking at the Bourne area between 10 and 35. Any thoughts anyone?
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  7. Sentry18

    Sentry18 Well-Known Member

    Never been to Texas, but welcome to the forum. Stop over to introductions and say hello. :)
  8. Meerkat

    Meerkat Seeking The Truth

    Not sure how accurate this is but here is a chart.

  9. terri9630

    terri9630 Internet Princess

    I lived in Gonzales, went to high school there. I loved it and get so home sick for it sometimes. Its a farming area and the land we had had 2 springs and was along the Guadeloupe river. My foster parents still have the property there. I can't move back because my allergies and asthma are worse but I still looked when we were looking for a place to retire to and prices are way up now.