Andros Island, Bahamas. One of the beaches on base here at AUTEC, Andros, Bahamas.
After some much needed time at home, I finally had to bite the bullet and make the drive across the country from Orcutt, CA to West Palm Beach, FL. From there, I caught a small plane to my current duty station on Andros Island, Bahamas where I am assigned as the Officer in Charge of the Security Detachment at the Atlantic Undersea Test and Evaluation Center (AUTEC). One of the beaches here on base at AUTEC, Andros, Bahamas. Andros is a beautiful island that is [fortunately] not plagued by tourists, although that may leave some of the younger, single Sailors assigned here wanting for a bit more. In any case, it seems to be a pretty nice place, at least so far — I have yet to experience a summer here, with all the humidity and bugs that go with it.
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Those that live among them are the lucky ones, for all that country lies outside their door. The rest of can only visit on occasion and spend the rest of the year dreaming. To fuel those fantasies of packing up and moving, we’ve compiled (but not ranked) a list of ten of the top mountain towns. The ones that made the cut present the widest range of opportunities analyzed with some criteria in mind, including cost of living index (with a base of 100 for the U.S. as a whole) and median household income.
We also considered hunting opportunities, tag availability and that one intangible – the cool factor. The 35 Best Hunting and Fishing Towns in the US. AddALL book search and price comparison. Calendar.
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