"Can you afford a $400,000 house in this new community? And don't believe anything about the traffic. It is not Ann Arbor or hillbilly Michigan. Bring the sunscreen. Live here and you are going to get burned. I have done it before and well, the people in the area are not as nice. I live three hours from this place. It is to the south of us."
Jeanne is very concerned about the cost of living in this new Catholic community. My guess is that she's really hostile to the idea of a Catholic community because she's convinced that it's full of jumper-wearing homeschoolers kneeling at perfect 90 degree angles while silently judging her. But that's just my opinion.
Once again I'm surprised that a woman with a degree in journalism has no more flair for writing than this. Some of it doesn't even make sense. What does the cost of living at Ave Maria have to do with wearing sunscreen? And since this is a new community, how could she know how nice the people will be who choose to live there?