Moving to Cosby, TN
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Howell, MI

#1 Jul 21, 2006
My family and I are thinking of moving to Cosby, TN.

Any thoughts?
WhatEverPossedYo u

United States

#2 Aug 7, 2006
WHY?
RK David

Brea, CA

#3 Sep 9, 2006
moving wrote:
My family and I are thinking of moving to Cosby, TN.
Any thoughts?
Your are going to love it there. We just finished our cabin if February and are looking forward to, many years there. Send me you email address and I will send our website all about Cosby.

[email protected]
Fireside

Stuart, FL

#4 Dec 15, 2006
moving wrote:
My family and I are thinking of moving to Cosby, TN.
Any thoughts?
It is one of the prettiest places to be in Tennessee.
Forklift

Stuart, FL

#5 Jan 5, 2007
A lot of jobs in the Newport area. Plenty of a variety of work. A bit low on the wages side.
Coffee Jo

Stuart, FL

#6 Jun 5, 2007
moving wrote:
My family and I are thinking of moving to Cosby, TN.
Any thoughts?
o for it..
Aland

Franklin, TN

#7 Aug 3, 2008
Been to Cosby for the first time. My wife and I camped at the Smoky Mountain camp site near there. Cosby seems like an interesting town, we saw a ton of home owned places to eat and antique like stores. If you wish to get to know the people that live in the town, go to Wal-Mart. That was really neat to see the community of people at the store since we don't really know much about Cosby other then the Smoky Mountain camp site.
Lady Bug

Saint Petersburg, FL

#8 Jan 11, 2009
Cosby is friendly and receptive to newbies if you respect the people and the land. If you buy there, like anywhere else, get a home inspection then you should not have surprises. If you build there use the same good sense....if you build next to the creek know that it can flood as last week. the views there are great.
Florida Girl

Tampa, FL

#9 Jan 11, 2009
lady bug,
I own 4 acres out on magaha chappel road can you give me more info on flood and where it was at.We'll be moving up there in 3 more years and to fireside you are so right it is one of the prettiest places up there.
Lady Bug

Saint Petersburg, FL

#10 Jan 11, 2009
Florida Girl wrote:
lady bug,
I own 4 acres out on magaha chappel road can you give me more info on flood and where it was at.We'll be moving up there in 3 more years and to fireside you are so right it is one of the prettiest places up there.
go to the Newport Palin Talk site and search "flood"....it was last thurs and in the lower Bogard area mostly, I think. there are photos....
Florida Girl

Tampa, FL

#11 Jan 11, 2009
Lady bug,
I tried newport plain talk and tried everything I could to pull up the flood but could'nt get any info on it.I'm really interested cause my property is just above Lower bogard road.if you could help me get to the right site I'd greatly appreciate it...
Florida Girl

Tampa, FL

#12 Jan 11, 2009
lady bug,
just wanted to let you know I found the article on the flood.It is well below our property.My aunt and uncle lived in cosby for years and said we don't have to worry about hurricanes like florida but they do have flash floods there. thats why I was concerned!
Lady Bug

Saint Petersburg, FL

#13 Jan 12, 2009
glad you found it....having owned a river property in a flood zone and suffered the clean up a few times I went for high ground this time. Glad you are fine....was out that way two weeks ago and creeks were roaring a bit but not up....was cruising up and down English Mtn playing with a new GPS...and a new four wheel drive looking at the for sale signs...some pretty views.
tim

Canton, MS

#14 Jan 15, 2009
does anybody know how far it is to knoxville from cosby?
USN

Powell, TN

#15 Feb 16, 2009
tim wrote:
does anybody know how far it is to knoxville from cosby?
Stoned or straight?
ridgerunner

Murfreesboro, TN

#16 Feb 16, 2009
tim wrote:
does anybody know how far it is to knoxville from cosby?
40-50 miles on I-40 Floods are very rare in Cosby.Cosby is a very beautiful place to live,and the people are very friendly,it is nothing like it was in the 40s and 50s.
DOJ

Powell, TN

#17 Feb 16, 2009
ridgerunner wrote:
<quoted text>40-50 miles on I-40 Floods are very rare in Cosby.Cosby is a very beautiful place to live,and the people are very friendly,it is nothing like it was in the 40s and 50s.
BOOOOL SHEEEEET,
http://www.wate.com/Global/story.asp...
ridgerunner

Murfreesboro, TN

#18 Feb 17, 2009
DOJ wrote:
<quoted text>BOOOOL SHEEEEET,
http://www.wate.com/Global/story.asp...
They do have a few undesirables everywhere, even in WV ,Nothing but hills up there.Looks like a great place to grow mary j and make spirits.But like East Tn, WV is a beautiful state with a few undesirable people living there that fight roosters,have a great day mr."doj"
DOJ

Powell, TN

#19 Feb 17, 2009
Make sure Kendra and Lucas eat all their Vegetables so the can grow up big and dumb like their daddy did.
Deep roots

Knoxville, TN

#20 Apr 2, 2009
I agree with Lady Bug. Please respect the locals some of us can trace or roots in this area back to land grants from the King of England and don't try to change our ways to be just like the place you left cause you didn't like it there. We will respect you if you will respect us. Thanks---

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