Blog

Moving Destination: Moving to New Mexico

Posted by on 1:09 pm in Moving Tips | Comments Off

New Mexico is a unique state. Full of rich culture and vast, breathtaking scenery, New Mexico is known as the “Land of Enchantment.” Much more relaxed than states with large, fast paced cities, New Mexico attracts residents because of its easy-going lifestyle. If you are considering a move to New Mexico, let D&D Storage and Moving of Covington, Kentucky tell you a few things about the state to help you finalize your decision. Where to Live While all of New Mexico is home to gorgeous scenery and landscapes, it is important that you choose...

read more

Moving Destination: Moving to Montana

Posted by on 6:18 pm in Moving Tips | Comments Off

Moving Destination: Moving to Montana

Carving out the top of the United States is the charming state of Montana. Known for its mountain landscape that is the source of its name, Montana is state all its own. It is a state as diverse as its nicknames of “Big Sky Country,” “Land of the Shining Mounts,” “The Treasure State,” and “The Last Best Place.” It is safe to say that Montana has something to offer for anyone and everyone that steps into the state. The state received its name in order to describe the topography of the land, only officials decided that the translation of...

read more

Moving Destination: Moving to Wyoming

Posted by on 4:57 pm in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Moving Destination: Moving to Wyoming

Moving on up and moving out west? Wyoming is one of the many states in the mountain region and the perfect place to settle into the hub of the western region of the United States. This state is covered in beautiful mountain ranges and elevated prairies, making it the perfect place for outdoor activities. With nicknames like Big Wyoming, the Cowboy State, and the Equality State, who wouldn’t want to move to Wyoming? The capital of Wyoming is Cheyenne, which is the most populated city and counts for at least 10% of the state’s entire...

read more

Moving Destination: Moving to Colorado

Posted by on 5:29 pm in Moving Tips | Comments Off

At the epicenter of the western region of the United States lies a state filled with some of the most vivid, picturesque landscapes in the entire country. From beckoning plateaus to rolling plains and sharp mountains, Colorado has everything you could ever dream of and more. Although Colorado is known for breathtaking scenery, the state is diverse in many other aspects than the landscape, including history, demographics, and culture. What is currently the state of Colorado was originally inhabited by Native Americans of all tribes until it...

read more

Moving Destination: Moving to North Dakota

Posted by on 6:16 pm in Moving Tips | Comments Off

Moving can become very nerve-wracking, it can cause you to become overwhelmed very quickly. There is so much that needs to get done. Organizing and packing can be stressful enough but what about job transfers and moving schools. There are so many different aspects to moving to a new area. The moving process does not have to be hectic. At D & D Storage and Moving we want to make your move stress free and smooth. And when you are moving to an amazing place such as North Dakota you are in for a real pleasure. North Dakota is packed full of...

read more

Moving Destination: Moving to Kansas

Posted by on 5:48 pm in Moving Tips | Comments Off

There is no place like Kansas. Whether you are moving to Kanas or just visiting there are a few things you should know. History Kansas history is the history of America. Conflicts over slavery led to what historians called “Bleeding Kansas.” Kansas, the sunflower state, became the 34th state on January 29th 1854. Kansas is known to be America’s agricultural heartland and is the leading producer of wheat in the United States. Today mining, oil production, the meatpacking industry and automobile production thrive in Kansas. What to do Discover...

read more

Moving Destination: Moving to South Dakota

Posted by on 5:30 pm in Moving Tips | Comments Off

So you’re thinking about moving to South Dakota? Moving out of state may seem a little intimidating but let me assure you, you’re in for a real treat when the destination is a state like South Dakota. You’ll find the state is full of beautiful historic sites and loaded with unique opportunities to enjoy different eras and the geology that is left behind. Unlike some of the states and cities in the Midwest, South Dakota has wide-open prairies and small towns that many in the eastern side of the Midwest have never seen except in an episode of...

read more

Moving Destination: Moving to Nebraska

Posted by on 3:58 pm in Moving Tips | Comments Off

Moving to Nebraska is appealing for many reasons. Whether you choose a large city like Omaha or Lincoln, or a smaller city like Grand Island, you’ll find that moving to Nebraska offers a low cost of living and a variety of opportunities for business and/or your career. Many people are choosing Nebraska as their home and we’ll show you why. Why Moving To Nebraska Makes Sense Many Nebraska cities rank in the top 100 places to live in the United States. Omaha ranks #25 in Top Metro Areas and it isn’t any wonder that many of the richest people in...

read more

Moving Destination: Moving to Oklahoma

Posted by on 2:00 pm in Moving Tips | Comments Off

Oklahoma is much more than a state filled with cowboys. It is a state filled with a lot of diversity in population and activities. Oklahoma actually has a unique blend of European cultures mixed with many Native American tribes, providing you with a truly unmatched potential home for your family. Advice Oklahoma is in the middle of Tornado Alley which means that they see tornadoes from spring to late in the summer. If you will be moving during those months you will want to keep an eye on the weather by listening to the radio or a weather...

read more

Moving Destination: Moving to Texas

Posted by on 1:30 pm in Moving Tips | Comments Off

Texas is full of cities that each have their own distinct flavor giving the state a unique blend of different cultures. When thinking of Houston, you think of oil, Austin and its music, Galveston and the gulf. No matter where in the state you visit one thing is common and that is Texas pride. The word Texas comes from the American Indian word “tejas” which means ally or friend, and is fitting because everywhere in Texas you go you will be greeted with a friendly “howdy”. People come to Texas for so many things – quality of life, weather,...

read more