Here’s 5 States You Can Move To If You Want To Leave Idaho
If you live in Idaho in 2023, you're most likely going to find yourself belonging to one of two camps:
- "I love Idaho! The scenery, the people, the outdoors, it's so great!"
- MERP cAlIfOrNiAnS are ruinng it!! Us NATIVES should be living in Idaho, not you!"
If you're in the first group, great! You seem like a decent person, and we'd definitely invite you to our next board game night. We're playing Scrabble. Don't cheat.
Did you relate more to the second group? Well, that's not great, but we do have some solutions to offer you. If you're truly distraught with what Idaho is "becoming" in the 2020's, you don't have to just sit there and deal with it. Oh no. There's something you can do.
Move! We're serious. Don't like Idaho? You're totally allowed to relocate to a new state. Here's five states where we think you'll absolutely thrive:
5 States To Move To From Idaho
All jokes aside, if you really really want to leave Idaho, that's too bad. We absolute adore it here. Even if there may be a few reasons folks should reconsider moving to the beautiful city of Boise, Idaho.
If you're new to Boise, you'll also want to watch out for this new scam that is costing victims over $100,000! Yes, that's one-hundred-thousand-dollars. It's no joke.
One more thing. If you move to Idaho and you ride a motorcycle, there's a very specific law you're going to want to be in the know about. Unless you want to face a big fat traffic ticket in the near future.
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