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Glad to see this forum

My wife, Loyce, and I recently bought our retirement home in Jewett, Texas.

We own a ranch (138 acres, 2 houses, barns, etc.) near Hallettsville, Texas, and plan on selling it in the near future. We have owned it for about 13 years and have very few cattle left. Once the ranch sells we will be debt free and may part-time for a few months at a time. We will always have a stick house.


I still work, in Houston, but plan on retiring within the next year or so.

I stay in Houston during the week in our 5th wheel and commute on the weekends. Loyce worked for a number of years for a large law firm in downtown Houston and this October will mark 30 years for me at my job. She retired when we bought the ranch in 1993 and I took off a year to get the ranch up and running. I have worked in Venezuela, Brazil and Arlington, Virginia.


I think Howard and Linda have done a great job and their web site is the first one I check each morning (each work morning, that is).

Mine: 2004.5 Dodge 2500; CTD; QC; LWB; 6 Speed Hers: 2006 Ford F150; 5.4L; SuperCrew 2002 5th Wheel Keystone Cougar 279 Two Yorkies: Scooter (the BOSS) and Tiger
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