There are a number of logistical issues to tackle when planning for a move. After finding the perfect home within your new city or state, the next thing on your moving to-do list is planning the actual move itself. For most people, renting a moving truck and driving it themselves to a new location makes a lot of sense, both time and money-wise. However, renting a truck for your long distance trek requires a lot more effort than simply hiring a cross country moving company. Before you embark on the process of moving yourself, there are a few things that you should keep in mind.
Combine a beautiful climate, a low cost of living, the amenities of a cosmopolitan city, the wonders of nature and you have El Paso, TX. Located on the border of Mexico and New Mexico, this city is known for its multi-cultural presence. No state income tax, low housing costs, and a strengthening economy add up to a reasonable cost of living.
The wonderful weather and the Franklin Mountain Range, Hueco Tanks State Park, and the Rio Grande mean there are lots of opportunities for outdoor activities like hiking, fishing, camping, climbing, and white-water rafting. Local parks and recreational facilities offer swimming, playgrounds, sports fields and opportunities for walking, jogging, and family outings. If you’re looking for cultural activities, look no further than the El Paso Museum of Art, the El Paso Museum of History, El Paso Symphony, and the El Paso Chamber Music Festival. Check out the shows and events at the Plaza Theatre and the Abraham Chavez Theatre. Visit the famous Sun Bowl, or head to the Don Haskins Center for college basketball, concerts, and other events. History buffs will appreciate the Fort Bliss Museum, Old Ironsides Museum, as well as the Border Patrol Museum.
Whatever your passion, you’ll find it in El Paso.