Behind enemy lines in CA. Need to escape. Need help

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  1. cvixx

    cvixx New Member

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    I retired out of Southwest Area to S. Utah, Cedar City area. Lots os Retired LEOs here. Elk, lion, mulies, and antelope. Problem is, everyone hunts here. Hard to get drawn, for some reason N Utah is easier. Still, lots of open land; mesas mountains, sagebrush desert, canyons, you name it
     
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  2. Tidus56

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    North Utah is easier to draw because they don’t have the quality of animals that southern Utah has. Lots of N Utah hunters put in for south eastern and south western Utah. I am from south eastern Utah and it has a great hunting. Assuming we can keep the federal government from doing more land grabs it should stay that way.
     
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  3. TAJ1911A1

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    Boys, Johnny Cash sang it best: "It's going by The Book."
     
  4. Possum Cop

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    Lol some of us speak United States down here :) Southern Hospitality is second to none. You can come down and hunt and fish anytime and enjoy the best food around.
     
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  5. D.Camilleri

    D.Camilleri Well-Known Member

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    Wyoming, hands down, I too was in law enforcement in CA, left in 97 and never looked back. I have to come back once in a while to visit family, but I don't stay long.
     
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  7. popgun240

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    Temp don't reach 30 below around here like Montana and other north Central mountain states. I know in Montana, they don't like folk from California as they drove property values sky high around Bozeman, Ennis areax. Point of interest, my best friend is the Great great grandson of John Bozeman. So we go to Bozeman to fish and check out the Museums for info in my friend. He was invited up to the University of Montana when they were going to take John Bozeman's property in the Museum. I guess I've been lucky as my parents knew Richard M. Nixon when he was a Clerk in his parents store in Whittier, CA. My uncle (Sgt. Preston) was the best friend of Ronald Reagan. Nixon help me when I had problems with the Army, got it cleared up within days. .
     
  8. DANIEL ARNDT

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    I live in Kansas and have for 35 years. Most of that time has been out west in Dodge City. I now live in the Kansas City Area. The way of life in Western KS sounds like what you are looking for. I'd be glad to answer any questions you might have. Best wishes.
     
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  9. DSheetz

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    Wyoming is getting too crowded a lot of oil field workers that don't care about the land ( maybe running from something where they came from ) a lot of Canadians that want to bring their socialism with them the way that the old Wyomingite thought and took care of the land is gone. A bunch of liberals that have moved into the state that said they wanted to move away from the political B S where they came from but brought it with them the whole of the U S is changing the town that I grew up in was 1500 people when I went in the service in 1973 and 12000 when I came home in 1976 it hasn't gotten any smaller since then and most of the other towns and cities have grown just as fast . As with any place that grows you have good and bad that come with it . When I was 15 years old I had a great Aunt from Canada that told me Your welcome to come visit Canada but don't think about coming to stay we don't want you
     
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  10. WYO300RUM

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    Know it well.
     
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  11. Enduro4fun

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    I live in Idaho but I’m from California originally. I’m also a Real Estate agent so I work with a lot of Californians moving here. Most are good conservative type people, but I think people too easily forget why they moved, they don’t get involved and work to prevent their new home from turning into their old home. We don’t have near the number of rules and crap here. I think some people actually have a hard time not being told how, when, and where they can do something. Vote, get involved, and respect the local ways even if it seems foreign to you.
     
  12. Lasiter

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    You must mean outside SanFranSeattle.
     
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    Indiana is still pro gun, if you can tolerate the weather...taxes are still low too. Running about $1800 an acre for unfinished land out in the country. Average house prices are around $195k
     
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