Moving Destination: Moving to North Dakota

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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...

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Moving Destination: Moving to Kansas

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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...

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Moving Destination: Moving to South Dakota

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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...

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Moving Destination: Moving to Nebraska

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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...

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Moving Destination: Moving to Oklahoma

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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...

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Moving Destination: Moving to Texas

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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,...

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Moving Destination: Moving to Arkansas

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Arkansas is a diamond in the rough, not just figuratively but literally as well. While in Arkansas, you can visit North America’s only diamond mine located in Murfreesboro as well as learn about the healing powers and history of the Hot Springs at Bath House Row. Famous Arkansas natives like Bill Clinton, Sam Walton and Johnny Cash have made their mark on American society. Moving Advice When moving to Arkansas, better known as the Natural State, you will want to consider nature when looking at your move. There are many things that you will...

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Moving Destination: Moving to Iowa

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Located between the Mississippi and the Missouri Rivers you will find the Heartland of America – Iowa. Iowa is primarily a rural state spotted with small towns and a few middle-sized cities. If you are moving to Iowa, you will find a low cost of living and very low crime rates, lots of open space and family friendly neighborhoods. Advice Some practical advice for those looking to move to Iowa includes understanding the climate. The winters in Iowa can be severe with subzero temperatures, lots of snow, high winds and icy roads. If you can...

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Moving Destination: Moving to Illinois

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Craving the perks of a big city but dreaming of driving through endless fields on a sunny day? Why not have both? Illinois is considered a microcosm of the entire United States because of its variety in all aspects, including dining, recreation, and even employment. Before moving to Illinois, there are a few things you need to know so you blend right in rather than sticking out like a sore thumb. From transportation to sports, we’ve got everything you need to know! Geography Illinois is considered to be located in the Midwest Region of the...

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Moving Destination: Moving to Missouri

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Missouri is one of the few states that can truly say it has something for everyone. Whether you’re an outdoor adventurer, a foodie, a sports fanatic, an executive on the go or a retiree, Missouri is the place for you. Experiencing all four seasons to their fullest, Missouri is an outdoor adventurer’s paradise. From downhill skiing in the winter to water skiing on The Lake of the Ozarks in the summer, to camping, hiking and fishing and everything in-between, Missouri offers something for everyone. With large cities like St. Louis, Kansas City...

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