If you're thinking about where you want to move to live out your dreams, or if you're considering retiring to an exciting new area, MOVING TO THE MOUNTAINS by award-winning author Lan Sluder covers everything you want to know about Asheville and the North Carolina mountains, consistently rated as one of the top places to live in the United States. Asheville native Lan Sluder covers all the pros and cons of living in hip, liberal Asheville and in the low-cost small towns and villages in the highest mountains in Eastern America. In nearly 600 pages and about 190, 000 words, Lan gives you the straight facts about living in Asheville and the mountains, outdoor adventures and sports in the Great Smokies and Blue Ridge Mountains, how to get the best values for your real estate dollar, health care, crime and safety, culture, art and crafts and more in the mountains. As the author of more than a dozen books on retirement and travel including Amazing Asheville, Fodor's Belize, Frommer's Best Beach Vacations, Easy Belize and Living Abroad in Belize, Lan understands what you want to know. He tells you the unvarnished truth. Here's a sampling of what you'll learn in this comprehensive book on moving to Asheville and the beautiful mountains of North Carolina: ac Why Choose Asheville and the North Carolina Mountains for Retirement or Relocation? ac 10 Reasons to Consider Asheville and the NC Mountains ac Amazing Asheville and Western North Carolina ac Getting To and Around Asheville ac National Kudos for Asheville ac Brief History of Asheville and Western North Carolina ac History of Asheville and WNC: A Timeline ac Mountain Climate and Weather ac Bugs, Beasts and Bad Weather ac Establishing Residency in North Carolina ac Taxes in North Carolina ac Crime and Safety in Asheville and WNC ac Economy of Asheville and the Mountains ac Organic and Natural Farming in WNC ac Health Care in Asheville and WNC ac LGBT Asheville ac The Arts in Asheville and WNC ac Historic Architecture of Asheville and WNC ac The Best 100 Museums in the Area ac Asheville Authors and the Literary Scene ac Blue Ridge Parkway, America's Most Scenic Road ac Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the Most-Visited National Park in America ac Biltmore House, the Largest Private Home in America on 8, 000 Acres in Asheville ac Asheville a WNC Outside ... Naturally: Hiking, Camping, Sightseeing, Birding, Boating, River Rafting, Golf, Tennis, Ziplining, Caving, Rock Climbing, Gem Mining and More ac Clubs and Volunteer Organizations: How to Get Involved and Meet New Friends ac Colleges, Universities and Schools ac Shopping in Asheville ac Where Will You Live? Real Estate Information about Asheville Including Home Values ac Living in Other Parts of WNC: Small Towns, Villages and Rural Areas ac Asheville By the Numbers ac Moving Checklist ac Scouting Trips: Travel Practicalities ac Best Lodging in the Asheville Area ac Best Restaurants in the Asheville Area ac Beer City USA and BEE City USA ac Clubs and Nightlife ac Wineries and Distilleries ac Serious About Coffee? ac Mmm...Chocolate Asheville! ac Festivals, Fairs and Concerts ac Asheville and WNC Tours ac Best Freebies in Asheville and WNC ac Resources to Learn More ac About Author Lan SluderAlthough most wireless carriers have coverage maps on their websites, there is simply no way to predict cell service quality without checking your reception in a specific location. Anecdotally ... Customer service at most cell providers ranges from awful to virtually non-existent. ... T-Mobile is a leader in nocontract plans.
|Title||:||Moving to the Mountains|
|Publisher||:||Equator - 2014-09-11|