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    I think the less you drive, the less you want to drive.

    After my post above, I thought....I drove to Chicago every day for almost twenty years and now I am not willing to go once a week. (We actually go downtown often, but not for a scheduled class. I don't like early time commitments - another thing that happened once I stopped working.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by dbsam View Post
    I think the less you drive, the less you want to drive.
    I don't like early time commitments - another thing that happened once I stopped working.)
    Oh yes, there will be no early morning driving! Luckily, the traffic shouldn't be much of an issue.

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    Having friends and community is important. If you and your kids don't have that in other contexts closer by, then I'd totally do it.
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    I have to admit that I don't drive far for groups and activities. I do have a family that comes to our co-op though that drives 90 minutes one way. They too live in a rural area and don't have much in the way of older homeschooled kids around them.

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