Moving to the Fort Collins area

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  1. JohnnyD

    JohnnyD Weekend Warrior

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    I just accepted a job offer in the Fort Collins Co. area. I found the archery range and a couple of archery shops on a visit a couple of weeks ago. Looks as the move will be Sept - Oct. time frame. Any advice would be appreciated. Neighborhoods, utility cost, hunting license, fishing, completely new area to me. I have lived in Southern Ca. For 40 years. Excited for the outdoors and open spaces. Here we go!


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    Congrats!!


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    Pretty arid area but you can get to the mountains fast enough.
     
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    JohnnyD Weekend Warrior

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    Ya I was surprised only 2” more rain on average than southern Ca. They actually pump most of their water from the west side of the Rockies.


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    30 minutes to the entry of Rocky Mountain National Park. 36 miles to Wyoming border. I drove to Cheyenne. Saw about 150 antelope on the drive up and back. About 10 mule deer and 50 buffalo ( domesticated they had tags in their ears) pretty cool country compared to the city here in LA. I’m pretty charged.


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    We stayed in Loveland a couple years ago for the Colorado Sparkler softball tournament. Loveland was a nice area, I liked it more than Ft. Collins personally. Certainly a great area to live for the outdoor enthusiast.
     
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    Welcome to Colorado! Rocky Mountain Archery is a great shop for all your archery needs. There are definitely plenty of pronghorn to be seen between Ft. Collins and Cheyenne. Hopefully you can get out this fall and chase some animals.
     

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