I had a good friend that moved to Idaho from Indiana many years ago. Even though Indiana is also a gun friendly state. Ken has now passed as of two years ago God Bless Him! Ken was an avid gun person and class III Dealer and loved Idaho! He lived up close to the primitive area outside a small town. He would always say it was a great place and being a grandfather himself, that the area he lived in in Idaho was a great place to raise children and a family. Good holsum, moral and relaxing Good Old American way of life like several years ago. If it were not for the winters in the North I would probably consider it also. I live in the South but do not like the humidity and heat either. But compared to some of NY I would say be on your way! Some of NY is beautiful also but it is the ass hats that live there in the cities and the corrupt politics and anti-gun sentiment that I could not tolerate for one minute. There are states that are still part of a Free America! Let the Liberal Socialist Politicians have their states I hope they go broke! From what I know you would probably like Idaho. It is certainly a lot slower pace like here in the Hills of Tennessee. I left the Metro Area in Indiana in 2003 and now No Boom Boxes, Sirens, People Shouting in the night and high crime rates like the city. Just good old America! Tree Frogs are the loudest thing in the night other than an Owl or coyote howling now and then.
Good Luck on your decision!
The Constitution is not an instrument for the Government to restrain the people. It is an instrument for the people to restrain the Government!
“Americans have the right and advantage of being armed. Unlike the people of other countries, whose leaders are afraid to trust them with arms.”
James Madison. Author of the 2nd Amendment
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