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Old 12-30-2013, 05:58 PM   #1
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Man I am really jealous. I just got back from a 2800 mile journey from Green Bay to Savannah Ga via Knoxville thru the Carolinas and back thru Georgia to Chattanooga and back up. I left snowing like crazy and 15 degrees to 60 and back today to -6f. The snow cover begins in northern Illinois and is virtually absent in Indiana and definitely missing in Ky south. We had to take the Tahoe because I cannot find any way to fit me my wife and 3 grown daughters in a 2 door J/K as bad as I wanted to.
I missed not having my Jeep and entertained myself by looking for Jeeps on the road as we traveled. I would have to say the Jeep world is alive and well as I probably averaged seeing a Jeep every 10 to 15 minutes of driving. I definitely saw the most in the south Indy thru Kentucky areas. I would squeal JEEEEEP every time I saw one which made the family a little mad at me especially when they were sleeping.
I am in love with the south and could really see myself living there. The opportunities for 4 wheeling in the mountain areas looks like so much fun I wanted to take the Tahoe off road just to try. I did miss the Jeep Jamboree site in the Knoxville area and will probably be making that trip again with the Jeep.
I was born in Chicago and live in Green Bay but I can certainly work in that southern accent Y'all.
The people were great, seeing the variety of Jeeps was fun. I may have passed 5000 impalas without noticing but I noticed EVERY Jeep on the road. Here is one pic of a guy in Chattanooga that I had to snap at the top of the Incline Railroad. Nice rig. Is this anyone here?
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I was born and raised in the NW corner of GA. About 1/2 way between Chattanooga and Atlanta. I've traveled a bit and really love the mountain west. Colorado, Wyoming, and Montana, but have too many roots in the South to move.

Not just because I live here, but NE Alabama, the Northern 1/4 of Georgia, East TN, and Western NC is a pretty good place to live. We get just enough snow and cold weather in the mountains to keep things interesting. It can get surprisingly cold and with some decent snows, but it doesn't get cold and stay that way. Just a few days, then it warms back up. You can be on the Gulf coast or Atlantic in 1 days driving and big cities like Atlanta, Chattanooga, Knoxville or Asheville are close enough if you want some big city life.

Lots of opportunities for outdoor fun and offroading. Good trails around the Tellico Plains area. SMNP is close by and good fishing and hunting opportunities. Summers can get hot, especially if you get out of the mountains, but July-September are the only bad months. The rest of the year is tolerable.
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I've lived in Chattanooga all my life and couldnt imagine moving anywhere else. Its a good central location to many things, and we truly get all 4 seasons here. Though i wish we did get a little more snow throughout the winter.
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I'm in Savannah and not a winter goes by that I don't scratch my head and wonder how people endure temperatures up north. Of course in August you may be glad you're not down here. My blood is sufficiently thinned enough for me to not mind it. C'mon back down sometime and take your rig to the beach.
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Captain Ed glad you made a stop in Chattown. Lots of Jeeps around here and plenty of places to ride. Y'all come back anytime! Don't tell a lot those northern folks up there how good it is down here! We are trying to keep this easy living a secret.
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Captain Ed glad you made a stop in Chattown. Lots of Jeeps around here and plenty of places to ride. Y'all come back anytime! Don't tell a lot those northern folks up there how good it is down here! We are trying to keep this easy living a secret.
my wife owned Junelle's Corner Store in Hixson before moving down here to the deep south.
as someone mentioned earlier,I don't know how people deal with all the bitter cold up north
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I would squeal JEEEEEP every time I saw one
When I read that I had to laugh. My 10 year old Daughter and my girlfriend both do this. Sorry your back in the cold.... it's snowing here now.
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Man I am really jealous. I just got back from a 2800 mile journey from Green Bay to Savannah Ga via Knoxville thru the Carolinas and back thru Georgia to Chattanooga and back up. I left snowing like crazy and 15 degrees to 60 and back today to -6f. The snow cover begins in northern Illinois and is virtually absent in Indiana and definitely missing in Ky south. We had to take the Tahoe because I cannot find any way to fit me my wife and 3 grown daughters in a 2 door J/K as bad as I wanted to.
I missed not having my Jeep and entertained myself by looking for Jeeps on the road as we traveled. I would have to say the Jeep world is alive and well as I probably averaged seeing a Jeep every 10 to 15 minutes of driving. I definitely saw the most in the south Indy thru Kentucky areas. I would squeal JEEEEEP every time I saw one which made the family a little mad at me especially when they were sleeping.
I am in love with the south and could really see myself living there. The opportunities for 4 wheeling in the mountain areas looks like so much fun I wanted to take the Tahoe off road just to try. I did miss the Jeep Jamboree site in the Knoxville area and will probably be making that trip again with the Jeep.
I was born in Chicago and live in Green Bay but I can certainly work in that southern accent Y'all.
The people were great, seeing the variety of Jeeps was fun. I may have passed 5000 impalas without noticing but I noticed EVERY Jeep on the road. Here is one pic of a guy in Chattanooga that I had to snap at the top of the Incline Railroad. Nice rig. Is this anyone here?
I live about 10 miles as the crow flies from the top of the incline, come on back and I will be glad to learn you to talk southern
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I was born and raised in the NW corner of GA. About 1/2 way between Chattanooga and Atlanta. I've traveled a bit and really love the mountain west. Colorado, Wyoming, and Montana, but have too many roots in the South to move.

Not just because I live here, but NE Alabama, the Northern 1/4 of Georgia, East TN, and Western NC is a pretty good place to live. We get just enough snow and cold weather in the mountains to keep things interesting. It can get surprisingly cold and with some decent snows, but it doesn't get cold and stay that way. Just a few days, then it warms back up. You can be on the Gulf coast or Atlantic in 1 days driving and big cities like Atlanta, Chattanooga, Knoxville or Asheville are close enough if you want some big city life.

Lots of opportunities for outdoor fun and offroading. Good trails around the Tellico Plains area. SMNP is close by and good fishing and hunting opportunities. Summers can get hot, especially if you get out of the mountains, but July-September are the only bad months. The rest of the year is tolerable.
I am 12 miles south of downtown Chatt. in Flintstone ga.
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I've lived in Chattanooga all my life and couldnt imagine moving anywhere else. Its a good central location to many things, and we truly get all 4 seasons here. Though i wish we did get a little more snow throughout the winter.
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Captain Ed glad you made a stop in Chattown. Lots of Jeeps around here and plenty of places to ride. Y'all come back anytime! Don't tell a lot those northern folks up there how good it is down here! We are trying to keep this easy living a secret.
also see above we should do a meet and greet sometime for the locals.
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I really did enjoy my time down there and am missing it more as I look outside. There were many friendly people down there and I think its partly because you get to be outside most of the year. I did have to laugh when I talked to a guy in a Walmart and he was cold, it was 62 degrees outside. Its just about that temperature in my house. People wearing heavy coats and hats in 55 degree weather was hilarious. They probably know I was not from there because I was walking around in a t-shirt.
Thanks for the replies and I may just take you guys up on the invites next time.
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my wife owned Junelle's Corner Store in Hixson before moving down here to the deep south.
as someone mentioned earlier,I don't know how people deal with all the bitter cold up north
Very close to my house!
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I'm open for a meet and greet at Bea's most any time! Great comfort food
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I'm open for a meet and greet at Bea's most any time! Great comfort food
Agreed, we need to figure a time and date. Any time but Fri, Sat, or Mon. For me. Pm me for contact info.
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Bea's is closed on Monday and Tuesday so I guess that leaves a Thursday for M&G. Anybody in.....?? Please reply.
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I dont know how you people can stand the cold, it is in the 40s here and its too cold to do anything.
BTW south Georgia is UP NORTH to me.
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I second mowrangler. I just got back from Boone North Carolina. Absolutely gorgeous, good people, great living. But... That was freezing! I saw NO ONE with their doors and roof off. I pulled back into Miami. Took off my jeans and boots. Threw on shorts and flip flops. Pulled the doorless, windowless, roofless jeep out of the garage and soaked in the sun, 85* temp and humidity. My 7yr old around Orlando stuck his head out the window and yelled I love the sun. I've been to the northeast. Beautiful and rich in culture but only on month long vacations. I know understand why older folks retire south. It's much easier living. Peace.
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I live in Charlotte, N.C. and love it here. We too just got back from a similar trip around 1600 miles. I was fortunate to put the Jeep on the road during the 6 state round trip tour north. We started in NC and went through VA, WVA to Dayton, OH. Then over to South Bend, IN. From there down to Knoxville, TN and back home. All of these states have their own beauty and character but I most enjoyed driving through KY and TN. Just a beautiful drive. Out of all those i would like to go back and stay in the Knoxville area and maybe spend some time exploring KY.
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I've officially applied for citizenship, been below the Mason Dixon for 15 of my 37 years. Born and edumacated in MI, lived in Appleton WI for a couple years, Augusta GA, Tulsa, Philly, now Knoxville. Gotta say this Appalachian area is hard to beat. We went to northern MI for Christmas and it was the most snow my wife had ever seen with temps below 10. Pretty, but damn glad to be home . I do find it funny that she still hibernates in the winter when it's sunny and 40. Where I grew up that's almost swimming weather.
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I dont know how you people can stand the cold, it is in the 40s here and its too cold to do anything.
BTW south Georgia is UP NORTH to me.
I hear ya..I pretty much hibernate when it drops below 70..I would love to have your weather but the isolation I have here in south Georgia,plus family keeps me in place..I heard on the news this morning that Florida will displace New York this year as the 3rd most populated state.I like the fact that other than family,my nearest neighbor is half a mile away..My wife just went to Knoxville and Chattanooga to visit family.Sambo and I stayed home
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Yea Harley the cold gets to these old bones quicker than it use to, the temp next week is supposed to be about 32 degrees in the morning I guess I will be online most of the day.
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Yea Harley the cold gets to these old bones quicker than it use to, the temp next week is supposed to be about 32 degrees in the morning I guess I will be online most of the day.
yah,I can hardly wait..It's supposed to be about 10 degrees colder than that here 1 or 2 mornings.Oh well,spring will be here soon
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You guys are killing me. Its supposed to be -22 with a wind chill of -55 on Monday. My inlaws are in the Upper Penninsula of Michigan and there is a ski hill up there with + 180 inches of natural snow already and their winter lasts until May.

check it out Mountain Info

Hibernate or sit by the computer when its 32. Oh man, thats t shirt and Jeep washin weather. I WILL be back down there, just not soon enough.
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You guys are killing me. Its supposed to be -22 with a wind chill of -55 on Monday. My inlaws are in the Upper Penninsula of Michigan and there is a ski hill up there with + 180 inches of natural snow already and their winter lasts until May.

check it out Mountain Info

Hibernate or sit by the computer when its 32. Oh man, thats t shirt and Jeep washin weather. I WILL be back down there, just not soon enough.
32 is way past my hibernation time
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Hello from Southern Alabama. In my area there really arnt many places to go wheeling

But theres a Jeep on every block in my neighborhood it seems. Sometimes more then one. Me, and the guy across the street both own Rubicons.

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Man I am really jealous. I just got back from a 2800 mile journey from Green Bay to Savannah Ga via Knoxville thru the Carolinas and back thru Georgia to Chattanooga and back up. I left snowing like crazy and 15 degrees to 60 and back today to -6f. The snow cover begins in northern Illinois and is virtually absent in Indiana and definitely missing in Ky south. We had to take the Tahoe because I cannot find any way to fit me my wife and 3 grown daughters in a 2 door J/K as bad as I wanted to.
I missed not having my Jeep and entertained myself by looking for Jeeps on the road as we traveled. I would have to say the Jeep world is alive and well as I probably averaged seeing a Jeep every 10 to 15 minutes of driving. I definitely saw the most in the south Indy thru Kentucky areas. I would squeal JEEEEEP every time I saw one which made the family a little mad at me especially when they were sleeping.
I am in love with the south and could really see myself living there. The opportunities for 4 wheeling in the mountain areas looks like so much fun I wanted to take the Tahoe off road just to try. I did miss the Jeep Jamboree site in the Knoxville area and will probably be making that trip again with the Jeep.
I was born in Chicago and live in Green Bay but I can certainly work in that southern accent Y'all.
The people were great, seeing the variety of Jeeps was fun. I may have passed 5000 impalas without noticing but I noticed EVERY Jeep on the road. Here is one pic of a guy in Chattanooga that I had to snap at the top of the Incline Railroad. Nice rig. Is this anyone here?
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When you decide to pick up and move, consider both TN and FL...neither have state income taxes and real estate is resonable, if you stay away from the big cities.
In FL, we don't have many hills but do have lots of sand and mud to play in and it almost never shows. And, in TN, as you saw, there are plenty of mountains, back roads, logging roads and not all that much snow, except in higher elevations. I'm a FL native and have no plans to leave. Y'all come on down!
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When you decide to pick up and move, consider both TN and FL...neither have state income taxes and real estate is resonable, if you stay away from the big cities.
In FL, we don't have many hills but do have lots of sand and mud to play in and it almost never shows. And, in TN, as you saw, there are plenty of mountains, back roads, logging roads and not all that much snow, except in higher elevations. I'm a FL native and have no plans to leave. Y'all come on down!
they already are....I had an appointment at the VA hospital in Lake City last week..Every car we passed on I-75 had yankee license plates
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You guys are killing me. Its supposed to be -22 with a wind chill of -55 on Monday. My inlaws are in the Upper Penninsula of Michigan and there is a ski hill up there with + 180 inches of natural snow already and their winter lasts until May.

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Hibernate or sit by the computer when its 32. Oh man, thats t shirt and Jeep washin weather. I WILL be back down there, just not soon enough.
Well just to make you happy, its supposed to be like 8 degrees tomorrow with a wind chill of -10 to -20. And even further up there is going to be a wind chill of -30. So it is going to get cold, but I believe it will be a record if this happens. And I agree above 37 or so, its just not that bad.
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So far south Texas has had 2 days where we got below freezing for a few hours at night. I guess that was our winter. Most of the time we have stayed between 40-75 degrees. Living it up now cause come summer it'll be 100 with a feels like temp of 110.
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they already are....I had an appointment at the VA hospital in Lake City last week..Every car we passed on I-75 had yankee license plates
It's definately snow bird season...

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