We have heard positive things about the market here, but time will tell how true they are for our company. Either way, we are not looking back. We have promised ourselves, and our fellow porcupines, that whatever happens, we aren’t going to move back to New York. We have had enough of that awful place! We are home now, and that is a great feeling!
I am happy with our move. We love it here. People have been nice to us, we feel like we’re a part of a community. I am working on learning how to be more talkative and outgoing because I would like to have friends here. I can’t wait to start adventuring out. We want to start getting involved, but have not just yet. We are trying to manage work time with house repairs
Seven years ago today I arrived in New Hampshire for the first time, and seven years later I’m still here.
In 2017, New Hampshire joined the ever-growing number of states allowing constitutional carry. Therefore, New Hampshirites enjoy some of the least restrictive gun laws in the country. For instance, no license is required for open or concealed carry. On top of that, New Hampshire is the only state with no laws restricting knife ownership (with the exception of convicted felons.) As a result, when it comes to crime, New Hampshire ranks as the 3rd safest state and has the 3rd lowest homicide rate in the entire country.
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.