I want to move to Colorado from Minnesota, any advise?

I am 20 years old, and currently work as a "man of many hats" I do data entry, dollar-cost-averaging, purchasing, and precision plastics fabrication, but mainly I concentrate on Sales. I have been to Colorado Springs, Denver, and Boulder areas; and I love all of them. The mountains seem to be my calling, I love the outdoors, fishing, camping, and hiking. My reasoning for wanting to move is that I feel like I am stuck in a rut. nobody from my family lives outside of minnesota, and 80% of them live in the same small town. I have not gone to college, but been working at this job for 2 and a half years. I recently purchased my first house in the same small town as the rest of my family. So, I'm not looking to move tomorrow, more like 3-5 years so i can get more experience under my belt. I am curious if anyone has advise on where to go, or how to even start the process? I am a very active/fit person, and I do not have any tie-downs besides my house. I am looking for a new beginning, and to work in the same type of industry. (plastics/sales) Are there good places to meet women out there? Or somewhere that would be a better fit for someone near my age?

Asked By: Blake G - 8/28/2008
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Well, Denver, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, Boulder are all very nice towns with very active people, outdoor activities, and alot of things to do...Colorado Springs has a few military bases, so there are alot of guys there and little to do for young professionals...Boulder is a pretty expensive place to live or buy a... More
Answered By: Big Mac - 8/29/2008
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Advice? Yes. Don't move to Colorado. It is getting too crowded and polluted. Move to Idaho instead.
Answered By: ? - 8/28/2008
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