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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    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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