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Tim --

Even if I do get tired of shoveling the snow sometimes.

But once you are retired you don't HAVE to plow out at 5 or 6 in the morning -- you can wait until after a proper breakfast or you can just wait until the next day ... or week. It's not nearly as big a chore when you aren't under time constraints.

As you well know, there's no such thing as a $400K house on my side of the hill.

Yes, our son (working from our place during covid) was comparing notes on expensive homes with his friends in Chicago, Minneapolis, and Houston one evening. His examples of JH properties "won" easily.

On a different note, did you ever find some windows that fit what you needed?

Kathleen
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