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Welcome to all who come to this place. This site is dedicated to those who wish to meet others with mutual Y2K concerns. Primarily it's a place where you can offer a place to live, pool resources, plan a community, and meet someone with similar interests.

-- Rod (rod_harmon@usa.net), June 09, 1998


Welcome to Northwest Arkasas. Carroll coounty has a nice variety-- Erueka Springs, Berryville, and green forest, all along US hgy 62-- with several interesting roads leading south for reasonal locatios, and several county roads leading north directly to southern Missouri. Harrison in Boone county is a county seat, and Fayetteville, west is our university town. This is where the Walton Family hangs out-- Bentonville, and of course, the tysons in Springdale. Gary north is here and there are a lot os county newspapers for your reading to get the flavor of these areas.

Honestly, these areas have taken so many of us Yankees, that there is not a whole lot of native here-- as a proof of this, none of these areasare likely to have voted for the guy in the white House.

My website is at http://www.singleshq.com/nel-vic/forsale Coffee pot is always on. carry on. Muriel Schmidt


-- Muriel Schmidt (muriels@nwark.com), June 17, 1998.

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