I already posted this the Free Keene Forum where I feel it is very important to get this message out, but I thought it might also be useful here.
Advice for those considering moving to NH
Thank for you considering a move to NH. I am very glad to live in NH and you will likely also enjoy living here. Here is a guide, that you may not be aware of, to help you with your move, http://freestateproject.org/nhinfocenter
Before you move, please save at least 3 months of living expenses or have a very good and well thought out plan to take care of your needs (food, shelter and so on) without government assistance including staying at a homeless shelter or eating at a soup kitchen that is partially funded with tax dollars. If you are moving a family up, I recommend at least 6 months living expenses. If you don't currently have that much money saved up, consider selling much of what you own, cutting back on unneeded things like going out to eat and smoking or working an extra job for a few months. You will likely be able to save the money without much problem.
Feel free to start following the local mainstream media to get a feel of the area before you move. By local mainstream media I mean the local papers or radio stations. Even though you may enjoy following the local mainstream media from where you live, please do not interact with it. Remember, you do not yet live in NH. You are an outside, you don't have a good understanding of NH or how things work here and your opinions on NH aren't as important to the people of NH as the opinions of long-time residents and volunteers in the local communities.
Once you move to the area, read this Excellent point by point way to make real change for liberty in NH http://forum.freekeene.com/index.php?topic=4934.0
Remember that how you act in public not only reflects on you, but also all of the groups you belong to. Maybe you are a liberty activist or Free Stater. So your actions may reflect on those groups. Please try to look and act somewhat respectful in public. Excessive yelling, cursing, throwing cigarette butts on the ground, cursing at cops, trying to fight cops, playing loud music outside at night, speaking out of turn at meetings and so on in public is not respectful and reflects negatively on you and those you associate with.