thinking about moving
I am a newly single mom of three with an ex who does not understand responsibility to his own so I am struggling in Upper Michigan I have always working in the Human Service field and am just now returning to get Bachlor's I am a country girl with three little coutry girls and wondered how far out of the city til you get country ? Are their homes in the courty for rent and are they more expensive What are concerns with living in Bozeman like here there is nothing for public transportation and their is little to nothing for employment. Are there campgrounds near Bozeman so my girls and I could peek at the city ? Sorry this is so unorganized but I am in a hurry to go get pickin strawberries also anyone attend Church of Christ ?? We go here to the Kalkaksa Church of Christ and love it but need to be able to earn a living also. Thanks ahead of time for imput Sherry
There's camping near Bozeman at (and along the way to) Hyalite Reservoir. Ofcourse they charge a fee to stay in the campgrounds, but there are spots along the river where you can stay without paying. Bozeman also has a KOA close to town, and an RV camp in Bear Canyon.
POSTED: 2007-07-03 10:58:18
housing is very expensive here, in town, and out of town. You have to go VERY far from town to get affordable country living.
The bus system has improved greatly this past year, so it's ok,if you live in town. The town is quite easy to bike all over.
From one single mom to another, there aren't many single men here, except college boys! While they are fun occasionally, they aren't to be taken seriously, and grown men are just not anywhere to be seen!! Good luck
POSTED: 2007-08-23 16:31:42
Maybe Livingston is better for you, Bozeman is great, but spendy and getting more urbanized.
POSTED: 2007-10-22 13:48:36
Bozeman is very expensive. Living as a single person, it's very difficult (if not impossible) to find an affordable house. You would have to live very far from town, and that would be nonsensical because the cost of gas would kill you, especially knowing that most people are employed in the city of Bozeman. If you don't really need mountains, move to the midwest, where it's a lot cheaper. (And, no, I'm not trying to dissuade you from moving here because I'm a fourth-generation Montanan, which I'm not.) It's just I tried to pursue the dream of living in Bozeman and it became a nightmare even with a college degree.
POSTED: 2008-02-03 11:04:58