We live in a great state, so it’s no wonder that so many people are moving to New Hampshire. When you first arrive in The Granite State you might be in for a bit of a shock, because things can be a bit different here. Here are 8 surprising things you may not expect when moving to New Hampshire.
1. A bigger check.
If you're working in New Hampshire and living here you won't be paying income tax, a savings that quickly adds up.
2. Paying the price you see.
There's no sales tax here either, so the price on the sticker is the price you pay.
3. Liking Your Neighbors.
New Hampshire people are pretty low key, so you'll most likely find that you get along with yours. Of course, it helps that our yards are big and our homes spread out.
4. Seeing wildlife in your back yard.
No matter where you live in New Hampshire, you're not far from the woods, which means you're likely to get some visitors in your back yard. Turkeys are especially common.
5. Seeing the stars.
If you're used to the lights of a big city (or even a small city) the stars in New Hampshire will wow you.
6. Enjoying your commute.
If you're commuting in New Hampshire, chances are that at least part of your drive will look like this. That's the perfect way to prepare for a day at work.
7. Having a great swimming hole like this an easy drive from your house.
Living in New Hampshire, you soon discover the favorite local swimming spots, and they're closer than you think.
8. There's still plenty to do.
Sure, there aren't as many big cities, but in New Hampshire you'll learn to appreciate the little things, like great music at your local farmers market.