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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-24-2019, 10:04 AM Thread Starter
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For the first time in a decade, I will not be owning a jeep patriot. It was a great vehicle but my family and I are moving to knoxville TN. So I guess I will be colorado man in TN. I just didn't want to drive it across the country and use it in a place where there is hardly any snow.
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For the first time in a decade, I will not be owning a jeep patriot. It was a great vehicle but my family and I are moving to knoxville TN. So I guess I will be colorado man in TN. I just didn't want to drive it across the country and use it in a place where there is hardly any snow.
I hope you're saving up for a big ass truck!

My wife would love to move to TN. She keeps seeing what the housing market is there, and what we can get for what we paid for our house in the phx metro area. I just tell her she's welcome to find me a job there...

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Good luck with the move. TN has some beautiful areas. Make sure to visit Pigeon Forge. It's not far from Knoxville and is an awesome area in the TN mountains. And, Just for the record, Patriots aren't only good for snow. There's lots of terrain (and enough snow in those mountains) to make good use of the the Patriot's AWD/4x4 system.

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I hope you're saving up for a big ass truck!

My wife would love to move to TN. She keeps seeing what the housing market is there, and what we can get for what we paid for our house in the phx metro area. I just tell her she's welcome to find me a job there...
I said the same thing to my wife about jobs there. And then my mother in law who lives there knew someone asked for my resume, and poof I got a better job than I do now. So now I am out of excuses.
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Good luck with the move. TN has some beautiful areas. Make sure to visit Pigeon Forge. It's not far from Knoxville and is an awesome area in the TN mountains. And, Just for the record, Patriots aren't only good for snow. There's lots of terrain (and enough snow in those mountains) to make good use of the the Patriot's AWD/4x4 system.
I just mainly didn't want to drive it across the US. Its just another driver I need for the trip.

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Sorry to see you go. Good luck in Tennessee.
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I said the same thing to my wife about jobs there. And then my mother in law who lives there knew someone asked for my resume, and poof I got a better job than I do now. So now I am out of excuses.
Hey congrats on the new job, hope everything goes well!

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I'll drive it for ya!!!! Bit of a kerfuffle to get me out there to do it though, haha.

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