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tygabI joined a few weeks back...

but true planning will begin after the wedding and honeymoon in a few weeks time. 8 years ago


tygabIt's not that hard for me...

What is the Free State project? Simply, if you believe in reducing government at all levels, consider the Free State project. It has as its goal to get like minded individuals to move to New Hampshire, a state rooted in small government and live-and-let-live philosophy. More details… www.freestate.org. Libertarian in nature, it’s refreshing to find out there’s a lot of varying viewpoints and discussion going on about what our government should be doing to serve the people.

NH is a stone’s throw away for me, it offers a great quality of life (voted Most Liveable State for 04, as well Most Improved State over the last 10 yrs), COLA and housing is more affordable than Massachusetts in many places, and it is friendly to new businesses (good because I want to start my own). It’s also beautiful, with mountains, lakes and seacoast. My fiance’s whole family lives there.

I can’t think about the process until after our wedding this fall, but once it happens, I’ll be thinking about it more.

Interesting founder quote du jour:

“The trade of governing has always been monopolized by the most ignorant and the most rascally individuals of mankind.”
Thomas Paine, Common Sense 1776 8 years ago


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