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Possible move to Idaho

This is a discussion on Possible move to Idaho within the Idaho forums, part of the Regions category; I recommend a little Town just outside (south east) of Coeur d'Alene .... Coeur d'Alene Head east on E Sherman Ave toward S 5th St ...

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  1. #11
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    I recommend a little Town just outside (south east) of Coeur d'Alene ....

    Coeur d'Alene
    Head east on E Sherman Ave toward S 5th St
    1.4 mi
    Turn right to merge onto I-90 E toward Kellogg/Missoula
    0.3 mi
    Merge onto I-90 E
    Entering Montana
    276 mi
    Take exit 122 toward Rocker
    0.3 mi
    Turn right toward Grizzly Trail
    121 ft
    Turn left onto Grizzly Trail
    0.6 mi
    Grizzly Trail turns right and becomes S Rocker Rd
    0.2 mi
    Turn left onto Santa Claus Rd
    2.2 mi
    Turn right onto Centennial Ave
    1.0 mi
    Turn right onto Montana St
    0.4 mi
    Turn left onto La Salle St
    364 ft
    Take the Interstate 15 N/Interstate 90 E ramp on the left
    0.2 mi
    Merge onto I-90
    74.6 mi
    Keep left to continue on I-90 E
    156 mi
    Take exit 456 for I-90 E toward Sheridan
    0.4 mi
    Continue onto I-90 E
    53.5 mi
    Take the exit toward US-212 E
    0.4 mi
    Turn left onto US-212 E
    106 mi
    Turn right onto US-212 E/Park Ave
    Continue to follow US-212 E
    Passing through Wyoming
    Entering South Dakota
    94.1 mi
    Turn right onto US-212 BUS E/US-85 S
    Continue to follow US-85 S
    2.4 mi
    Turn left onto SD-34 E
    17.5 mi
    Turn left to merge onto I-90 E/SD-34 E/US-14 E toward Sturgis/Rapid City
    0.2 mi
    Merge onto I-90 E/SD-34 E/US-14 E
    Continue to follow I-90 E
    372 mi
    Take exit 396A to merge onto I-29 S toward Sioux City
    8.9 mi
    Keep left to stay on I-29 S
    Entering Iowa
    83.2 mi
    Keep left to stay on I-29 S
    72.4 mi
    Take exit 71 for I-680 E toward Des Moines
    0.8 mi
    Continue onto I-680 E
    16.5 mi
    Merge onto I-80 E
    29.5 mi
    Take exit 57 toward Atlantic/Cass County N16
    0.4 mi
    Turn right onto 620th St/Olive St
    Continue to follow Olive St
    6.4 mi
    Turn left onto E 7th St/White Pole Rd
    Pass by Great Western Bank (on the right in 0.6 mi)
    1.0 mi
    Turn right onto US-71 S/Whitney St
    Continue to follow US-71 S
    47.0 mi
    Turn right to stay on US-71 S
    1.7 mi
    Turn left onto US-71 S/S 16th St
    Entering Missouri
    37.2 mi
    Continue onto US-71 S
    29.4 mi
    Take the exit on the left onto I-29 S/US-71 S toward US-59 S/Kansas City
    0.3 mi
    Merge onto I-29 S/US-71 S
    42.3 mi
    Keep left at the fork to stay on I-29 S/US-71 S, follow signs for Kansas City
    10.8 mi
    Keep left to continue on I-29 S
    8.2 mi
    Keep left to continue on US-71, follow signs for Interstate 70 E/U.S. 40 E/Saint Louis
    0.3 mi
    Continue onto I-70 E/US-71 S
    0.3 mi
    Keep right at the fork to continue on US-71 S, follow signs for Joplin
    105 ft
    Take exit 2M on the left for US 71 S
    0.4 mi
    Continue onto US-71 S
    5.7 mi
    Keep left to stay on US-71 S
    Pass by Church's Chicken (on the right in 1.3 mi)
    1.4 mi
    Keep left to stay on US-71 S
    3.3 mi
    Continue onto I-49/US-71 S
    27.0 mi
    Take exit 157 for MO-7 S toward Clinton
    0.2 mi
    Turn left onto MO-7 S/E 275th St/E Hwy 7
    Continue to follow MO-7 S/E Hwy 7
    39.1 mi
    Continue onto MO-13 S/MO-52 W
    Continue to follow MO-13 S
    84.4 mi
    Turn left onto the Interstate 44 E ramp to Rolla
    0.2 mi
    Merge onto I-44 E
    4.3 mi
    Take exit 82A to merge onto US-65 S toward Branson
    8.7 mi
    Take the exit onto US-60 E toward Cabool
    0.2 mi
    Merge onto US-60 E
    82.0 mi
    Slight right onto US Hwy 63 S
    Pass by Ruby Tuesday (on the right in 18.4 mi)
    20.2 mi
    Continue straight onto Jan Howard Expy
    0.3 mi
    Continue straight onto Jan Howard Expy/US Hwy 63 S
    Continue to follow US Hwy 63 S
    23.4 mi
    Continue straight to stay on US Hwy 63 S
    Entering Arkansas
    17.7 mi
    Turn left onto US-412/US-62 W/US Hwy 63 S
    Continue to follow US Hwy 63 S
    58.3 mi
    Continue onto I-555/US Hwy 63 S
    48.6 mi
    Take exit 1A for Interstate 55 S toward Memphis
    0.5 mi
    Merge onto I-55 S
    18.6 mi
    Keep left at the fork to continue on I-40, follow signs for Interstate 40 E/Memphis/Nashville
    Entering Tennessee
    5.3 mi
    Take exit 1 for Riverside Dr S toward Front St N
    0.2 mi
    Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Front Street
    0.1 mi
    Turn right onto N Front St
    384 ft
    Turn left onto Poplar Ave
    0.2 mi
    Memphis, Tennessee
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    Yeah SF I think thats a little bit further outside than I'd like to be lol! My wifes parents live over in Bowling Green.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GHOST01 View Post
    I prefer mountains. I lived in Tx for about 2 yrs and didnt like it. Ive got some good potential jobs just in Cour de Alene and a strong one in Driggs.
    I like mountains, too. But sorry, I don't know about the areas you're hoping to end up in. I'm more of a Yank. Good luck, anyway!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunn View Post
    Victor, Driggs, Pocatello are great places if you want to raise a family.

    You can cross Pocatello off the list. There are now a bunch of mosques right up next to the university campus to serve the hordes our last administration encouraged to move into town and overrun both university and town.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GHOST01 View Post
    Yeah SF I think thats a little bit further outside than I'd like to be lol! My wifes parents live over in Bowling Green.
    I luvs me some bowlin green. Lived down in scottsville when I was a little cowpoke...bout 4 or 5 years old. Daddy work construction. I'm a cumberland gap boy....always loved the hills in Kentucky and Tennessee. It was so steep, If you fell down, you'd roll into the next county. I'm now the type a fella who knows what can be seen from 30,000 to 60,000 feet in the air....so I just naturally prefer vegetation betwixt me in the air, whether I'm up to good or the no sorta good.

    I like a hill or 10 twixed be and my neighbors....just so's I can't throw a rock and hit nobody...or pee off my porch without pissing somebody off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by white shadow View Post
    you can cross pocatello off the list. There are now a bunch of mosques right up next to the university campus to serve the hordes our last administration encouraged to move into town and overrun both university and town.
    oh crap
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    Quote Originally Posted by White Shadow View Post
    There are now a bunch of mosques right up next to the university campus.
    We, too, have a limited number of muslims in the college area. However, they thought all the students were Seventh Day Adventists. Every Saturday, they heard shouting praise, stomping and loud singing. We didn't have the heart to tell them this "ceremony" was just a Badger Game.

    Rumor has it they won't go near Camp Randall, to them it looks like 'The Coliseum' and that big Badger dancing around scares them. Wait until they have to play The Spartans...
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    I guess it doesn't help having some anti- American muslims in congress either. I stress anti- American muslims because not all muslims are that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GHOST01 View Post
    I guess it doesn't help having some anti- American muslims in congress either. I stress anti- American muslims because not all muslims are that way.
    I wonder--is it just seemingly verbal attitude disguised as a talking point? Is there really such a thing as a "peaceful Arab," or is the guy just as vicious but has a good 'white guy' job with career advancement and dental insurance?

    Hey, I played someone I was not. I got premium pay for being a credit manager, and no one ever questioned my motives, my peccadilloes or my political leanings.
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    [QUOTE=GHOST01;1911211]I guess it doesn't help having some anti- American muslims in congress either. I stress anti- American muslims because not all muslims are that way.[/QUOTE
    Of course, not all Moosslimes are not all terrorists, but most terrorists are mooslimes.
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