Ya know how it has so often been said that you only live once? Well, that reminder about how short life really is and also the extremely hot and humid temps down here in the summer and spring have got me entertaining the idea of trying out Montana for a while. At least during the time of year when old man winter is no where near.
I'm not much of a city person and very much enjoy the outdoors. Thinking of living out on a ranch in the mountains. There won't be as many conveniences as I'm used to, but I can handle that. At least I can drive into town every week to buy supplies.
Does anyone on here know what the cost comparisons are for living in Montana?
For me, it would be like an extended vacation. I don't know very many people up there and so I'm trying to learn as much as possible before making a commitment to go.
One thing that I don't like is having to deal with/worry about Grizzly bears. They are all around where I would be staying if I go. The only critters I've had issues with here are coyotes, racoons, bobcats, and wild hogs. Some of the hogs here you don't want to meet up with in the dark. At least not on foot and without a bang bang.