I just read your article The American Redoubt — Move to the Mountain States . I am confused about something. On one hand you said to not expect high speed Internet then scrolling down further you refer to using the Internet. There must be some sort of Internet service where you are.
My income is acquired using my computer and high speed Internet. So does that leave me out?
Thanks for your time. – Deborah T. in California
JWR Replies: There is dial-up Internet available in most towns in the Redoubt, but high speed (DSL, or better) is available in just a few towns and cities. The good news, however, is that high speed Internet service is available everywhere if you are willing to pay more for satellite Internet service. (Such as Direct PC  or WildBlue .)
Check with your realtor, and include DSL on your wish list, if that is a priority.