Local Residents Say This Is What They Would Miss About West Texas If They Ever Moved Away-Do You Agree?
It never fails, someone you know moves away and within a few months, they're saying I sure miss this restaurant or that business. Because let's face it, even though some of us complain on the daily that there ain't a dang thing to do in Midland-Odessa, there are still some things you would genuinely miss if you moved away.
What do Midland-Odessa residents say they would miss the most about the area if they were to ever move away? Find out and see if you wholeheartedly agree.
THINGS MIDLAND-ODESSANS SAY THEY WOULD MISS IF THEY EVER MOVED AWAY:
We all have something that we love about West Texas. Something that could potentially draw you back to Midland-Odessa at some point. All in all, this is definitely not a bad place to raise a family. If you were to move away from the area, what would you miss?
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