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Originally Posted by ka0use View Post
in boulder you do not get flat until you are east of 28th street. as soon as you get west of 28th it starts climbing. folks don't notice it in a car. boulder is snugged against the foothills.
This is true, although it looked like everything would be doable with all but the heaviest loads.

The one thing that really worries me is the extremely high cost of living, even cities just outside of boulder like Lafayette seem to be pricey. Moving to Boulder or surrounding cities looks like it would almost double what I am paying for rent in the springs. Guess I can blame the trustifarians...
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