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1BIGTigerFan
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re: thinking about moving away from Montana in the next couple years
You sound like a cat lady?


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RatRodDawg
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Member since Nov 2018
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re: thinking about moving away from Montana in the next couple years
You want "culcha"?

Move to New York City. Plenty of it there.

Bend, OR and Flagstaff, AZ??? For "culcha"??? Get real. Unless you're into the Woodstock-style of "culcha" of living in the open with free latrines, no money to be made in those towns.

Into nutrition? What'dya do, pop peanuts and prunes? Find a new profession and location whereby you can make a real living---especially in these days.



Arksulli
Arkansas Fan
Fayetteville
Member since Aug 2014
19082 posts

re: thinking about moving away from Montana in the next couple years
If you like vaguely mountainous terrain I'd suggest NW Arkansas. Lots of nature trails, plenty of local breweries, and if we get a new coach you can even watch SEC level football in person.

Do you have a degree in Food Science? If so Tyson or one of the agri-businesses will snap you up.


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Quintona
Utah Fan
Member since Mar 2019
739 posts

re: thinking about moving away from Montana in the next couple years
What do you like best about living in Montana?

And what's your idea of "culcha" that you're seeking?


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wareaglepete
Auburn Fan
Essential Land
Member since Dec 2012
4097 posts

re: thinking about moving away from Montana in the next couple years
I would like to have seen Montana.


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Trumansfangs
Missouri Fan
Town & Country
Member since Sep 2018
1767 posts

re: thinking about moving away from Montana in the next couple years


Quintona
Utah Fan
Member since Mar 2019
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re: thinking about moving away from Montana in the next couple years
which leads directly into:

LINK


Quintona
Utah Fan
Member since Mar 2019
739 posts

re: thinking about moving away from Montana in the next couple years
and I've got to include Ice Cream Man because I was sure that YT had banned it

LINK


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wmr
Arkansas Fan
North of Dickson, South of Herman's
Member since Mar 2009
31899 posts

re: thinking about moving away from Montana in the next couple years
Northern Colorado/Fort Collins area would be a nice choice. Driving distance to the big city, and still locally interesting.


TrueLefty
Missouri Fan
St. Louis County
Member since Oct 2017
3817 posts

re: thinking about moving away from Montana in the next couple years
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so I’ve lived in Montana 4 years now, but as much as I love this place and after never wanting to leave, I’ve lately realized it’s a little too sleepy for me not enough culcha where should I move? I’ve considered bend or flagstaff next. I’m also leaning towards Colorado... where it’s full of people. I work in nutrition and have an active lifestyle, with dogs. not too interested in long winters anymore...


Georgia!


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awestruck
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Member since Jan 2015
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re: thinking about moving away from Montana in the next couple years
How could something so short have been TLDR for so many . . . .
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not too interested in long winters anymore...


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Rammin TX
Colorado State Fan
DFW Texas
Member since Oct 2018
1736 posts

re: thinking about moving away from Montana in the next couple years
It's been ruined by californians


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canyon critter
Montana
Member since Feb 2019
675 posts

re: thinking about moving away from Montana in the next couple years
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Bend, OR and Flagstaff, AZ??? For "culcha"??? Get real. Unless you're into the Woodstock-style of "culcha" of living in the open with free latrines, no money to be made in those towns.


Sorry, I was stoned out of my mind when I started this thread. It’s gonna be 6 degrees tonight. Fml


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canyon critter
Montana
Member since Feb 2019
675 posts

re: thinking about moving away from Montana in the next couple years
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Wyoming


That’s worse than where I am


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canyon critter
Montana
Member since Feb 2019
675 posts

re: thinking about moving away from Montana in the next couple years
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I live outside of Boulder Colorado


I’ve been to boulder and really liked it, but it’s pretty expensive no?

A buddy of mine from college is visiting me this week. He lives in boulder and is in grad school there. He’s also lived in steamboat, Fort Collins and Denver.

I guess I’ll pick his brain when he’s here on that Colorado thug life.
This post was edited on 10/28 at 7:09 pm


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canyon critter
Montana
Member since Feb 2019
675 posts

re: thinking about moving away from Montana in the next couple years
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If you'd like to move to the East, consider Asheville, Chattanooga, or Knoxville. Based on your interests, I think you'd like those cities.

For smaller options, consider Boone, NC or Blue Ridge, GA.


I guess I should have specified. Those are great choices though... except I believe blue ridge is a little too small.

I’m not moving east or south of the Rocky Mountain Range.
This post was edited on 10/28 at 7:11 pm


I Bleed Garnet
South Carolina Fan
TriBeCa by way of CLT
Member since Jul 2011
40279 posts

re: thinking about moving away from Montana in the next couple years
What do you actually do in Montana?
Career wise not for fun

Just curious


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deltaland
Mississippi St. Fan
Member since Mar 2011
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re: thinking about moving away from Montana in the next couple years
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not enough culcha


Move to Memphis or New Orleans


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awestruck
Auburn Fan
Member since Jan 2015
5816 posts

re: thinking about moving away from Montana in the next couple years
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I guess I should have specified. Those are great choices though... except I believe blue ridge is a little too small.

I’m not moving east or south of the Rocky Mountain Range.
In that case. How about somewhere in the San Juan's, maybe Durango? eta: It's got some culcha, mountains, snow, and it's stone throws away from some desert warmth.
This post was edited on 10/31 at 7:53 pm


Numberwang
Missouri Fan
West Finger, Arkansas
Member since Feb 2012
8625 posts

re: thinking about moving away from Montana in the next couple years
I love the San Juans, but the people infesting those ski towns nowadays are so extremely kunty that I barely enjoy interacting when I go that way.


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