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freedomroad

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Re: Want to Move, Need To Decide
« Reply #15 on: April 19, 2010, 12:42:36 pm »

and is considered thes the most livable state.


what does that mean?

Take the thes out to get the context.

As for the highland games, here is the link, http://www.nhscot.org/
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Re: Want to Move, Need To Decide
« Reply #16 on: April 19, 2010, 01:08:30 pm »

and is considered thes the most livable state.


what does that mean?

Take the thes out to get the context.

As for the highland games, here is the link, http://www.nhscot.org/

no I mean 'what exactly makes one state more 'livable' than another?'
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Re: Want to Move, Need To Decide
« Reply #17 on: April 19, 2010, 01:58:39 pm »

and is considered thes the most livable state.


what does that mean?

44 different categories  a ranking if you will.

http://www.infoplease.com/toptens/mostlivablestates.html
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Re: Want to Move, Need To Decide
« Reply #18 on: April 19, 2010, 03:27:52 pm »

My wife's big concerns are the same concerns I hear from most women when the man wants to up and move; "Will I be moving out into the middle of nowhere, are there things to do, this isn't a third world country atmosphere is it...

Many people seem to think that all NH is 'out in the middle of nowhere'.  Generally, the northern half of the state is sparsely populated.  But, much of the southern half is very 'suburban'.  There is indeed civilization in NH, more than most expect.  Below are pictures of NH's 3 largest cities (Manchester, Concord, Nashua)...





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Re: Want to Move, Need To Decide
« Reply #20 on: April 19, 2010, 08:51:27 pm »

dont forget legalized fireworks in NH!
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Re: Want to Move, Need To Decide
« Reply #21 on: April 19, 2010, 09:13:10 pm »

dont forget legalized fireworks in NH!

WY has better fireworks laws, if I remember correctly.  However, it works the same for both states.  People drive to NH from ME, MA, VT, CT and RI to buy fireworks.  People drive to WY from some places, especially CO, to buy fireworks.

However, NH does have a decent sized compare that makes fireworks :)
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Re: Want to Move, Need To Decide
« Reply #22 on: April 19, 2010, 11:31:10 pm »

Welcome to the forum, Son.
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Re: Want to Move, Need To Decide
« Reply #23 on: April 20, 2010, 05:25:43 pm »

I was torn between WY, NH, and MO.

Watch some youtube videos from WY. Look at the size of the "cities" and the distances between them. Ain't nothin there.

Look at the local papers and the conservative rallies in MO. The headline is about the HS wrestling match and Hannity is a super-hero.

Liberty Forum, Porcfest, open carry litter pick-up, freekeene, youtube of court, the gold standard.....just to mention a few things.

There are waaaaayy more tech job opportunities in NH.
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Re: Want to Move, Need To Decide
« Reply #24 on: April 23, 2010, 02:28:58 am »

I am new to this forum as well but I did graduate from High School and go to Collage in Wyoming and now unfortunately live in California.  I have lived in 12 different states from Virginia to California and Montana to Florida and Wyoming is by far the best place I have lived in my life.  That being said....

We are fed up with California and looking to move as well.  Wyoming would be our first choice except for what I see happening in NH with the FSP.  What this group has going is actually getting some traction.  If you want to be in a state that has a growing liberty movement my recommendation would be New Hampshire.  Wyoming is a much larger state which makes getting together very difficult and the population is very small less than 500k, one of the biggest appeals to me but, making gathering a group more difficult too.  That's my 2ยข.

Some things to keep in mind about Wyoming are:  The lowest part of the state is above 4,000 feet and many of the large towns you may end up living in, Cheyenne, Laramie, Evanston are above 6,000 feet.  If you don't live in either of the Southern corners, see the cities above, you are at least a day way from a real city with a major air port.  It also gets VERY cold in Wyoming.  I watched the Temp in NH and never saw it get below the teens.  Wyoming regularly gets below 0 and the wind blows ALOT to put it mildly a wind chill below -20 is not uncommon.  Wyoming is beautiful but if you want to visit to see if you want to move go in the winter.  It lasts 9 months so you will really need to be willing to sign up for that.

We are trying to figure out how to move to New Hampshire.
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Re: Want to Move, Need To Decide
« Reply #25 on: April 23, 2010, 08:54:06 am »

We are trying to figure out how to move to New Hampshire.

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Re: Want to Move, Need To Decide
« Reply #26 on: April 25, 2010, 10:32:40 pm »

For your wife Dartmouth and Boston are the big research hospitals in the area.
She will find plenty of museum and other activities here in NH.
http://www.nhliving.com/museums/index.shtml

NH is small enough so you can be out in the country and still be less than a half hour to most activities and work.
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