http://forum2.quizizz.com/la-sorprendente-genealoga-de-mis-tatarabuelos.php I'd have to agree that the water does taste pretty good. However since it's well water, it leads to calcification appearing everywhere.
I have considered putting a water softener in specifically because the water is so hard, but I do not enjoy showering in softened water. Ya both hard and soft water have their pro's and con's. I only have a filter on my swamp cooler line. It helps with the calcium buildup on the pads. Don't move here if you're a single male and don't want to remain that way. The base is the only employer in the area so most young singles tend to move away after getting their AA.
If you're married or fine with single life then you have the usual pros and cons of government work largest bureaucracy this hemisphere and Ridgecrest is small and conservative so that is either a pro or con depending on how you look at it. There also isn't a whole lot of green stuff since it is the desert, and there's a drought, AND California is further legislating water.
That being said, Ridgecrest is a great place.
If you love the outdoors there's a ton of diverse outdoor areas for day trips and after only 6 months I've already grown to love the desert and mountains. If you live somewhere that has Mediacom then Internet is good though admittedly it's a step down for most native Californians; it was a step up for me. Getting anywhere in town in 15 minutes or less is a major small town advantage.
While you have to drive a couple hours for decent shopping or a chain restaurant , Walmart, Stater Bros. Additionally, since the flex schedule is mandatory on base, every other weekend is a 3-day weekend and Ridgecrest is centrally located between skiing, beaches, LA, Vegas, etc.
DR Quite frankly, I've been here 6 months and I'm already looking to leave because I'd like to get married before my 30s but if I was married, the distance from my extended family is really the only negative thing for me.
I love the small town, mostly nice people, and the location. Having lived all over the western half of this country, you can't beat the skies of the High Desert, although the constant wind each spring and autumn really sucks.
I had to leave because it was hard to find a decent job unless you a knew someone or b served, and I didn't know the right people and I've never been in the military. If I could find a job down there again that pays the same as the one I have now slim chance , I would seriously consider moving back, because I absolutely love it there.
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