by Guest Blogger | Jul 6, 2020 | Merrimack Valley, Mover Stories
I traveled to NH and spent 4 days there. I went to meetings with local activists, visited the Capitol, got and read a copy of New Hampshire State Constitution, and looked at some homes in various towns. I fell in love with New Hampshire for its natural beauty, the White Mountain, rivers, lakes and beach, its wonderful descent people and its motto “Live Free or Die”. I was determined to move.
by Guest Blogger | Jun 16, 2020 | Mover Stories, North CountryLeaving Florida I moved to New Hampshire in 2012, as a 12-year-old, along with my parents and sister. We were not yet participants of the Free State Project, but we were ready to move away from Florida. When my parents were growing up, our area (about 30 miles north...
by Guest Blogger | May 8, 2020 | Merrimack Valley, Mover Stories
We spent a year preparing to move. We downsized most of our things, visited to tour schools, Will switched to working mostly remotely, then we bought the RV and just went for it.
by Porcupine Real Estate | Nov 22, 2019 | Freecoast, Mover Stories, Moving to New Hampshire, Real EstateFinding a Winter Rental in New Hampshire Guest post by Molly Smith My husband Rob and I decided many years ago that we needed to get out of California. We wanted a better place to raise our kids, a place that showcased some sort of fiscal responsibility and common...
by Guest Blogger | Nov 21, 2019 | Community, Merrimack Valley, Mover Stories, Moving to New Hampshire
The FSP has given us hope and a goal to aspire to to keep our morale up even in the darkest of times. We have no regrets about our move and are excited to see what the future has in store for us!
by Chris Lopez | Sep 11, 2019 | Merrimack Valley, Mover Stories
I have never felt so alive as these first few months here in New Hampshire. Every single day is an adventure for my daughter and me. I have never lived anywhere but the SF Bay Area, but I always had an adventurous spirit and desire to leave. Life never quite allowed for it, though – until now.