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@just bee wrote:

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@Kachina624 wrote:

New Mexico past 20 years; before that Texas 30+ years.


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I dont know if people from NM are moving to our city or just visiting, but I've been seeing a lot of NM license plates....the plates are very pretty, festive and colorful......Texas plates are so dull........

 

NEW MEXICO CHILI PEPPER REAL AUTHENTIC LICENSE PLATE AUTO NUMBER CAR TAG NM ZIA

 

  1990 New Mexico license plate 999*NNN.jpg

 


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I think there's some kind of exchange program.  We have New Mexicans fleeing to Texas and then there are Texans who are moving here.

 

Personally, I welcome our Texas neighbors! Heart


@just bee. @Spurt.  There's a lot of movement back and forth due to the oil industry.  Many big Texas oil companies have offices in NM, especially around Hobbs and Farmington.

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Thank you all for responding ! We really cover the map , keep them coming ! 🌺

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@Still Stylish Lady wrote:

Ontario. Do provinces of Canada count?


@Still Stylish Lady   Of course they do! Smiley Happy

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@Bird mama wrote:

Lifelong resident in the Great State of Michigan (SE region).

 


@Bird mama   Monroe or Dundee area I bet.  I'm in NW Ohio Smiley Happy  Lots of MI relation and love the Wolverines Smiley Happy

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@NEvans2 wrote:

SW PA. South Hills area of Pittsburgh.


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@Patriot3  Nope, we consider that 'downriver'.  I'm North of Detroit, but not quite in the 'thumb' area.  

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@Bird mama wrote:

@Patriot3  Nope, we consider that 'downriver'.  I'm North of Detroit, but not quite in the 'thumb' area.  


@Bird mama  Ha Ha.......Oh well, that is quite a difference Smiley Happy