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I have a couple of friends who also came from non-Mennonite background and we noticed that observant Catholics seemed to have a easier time adjusting than Protestants. Catholics, older mainline groups and Anabaptists tend to be amil in their view of prophecy. There are just alot of little similarities that can make the fit easier.

Just my observation, nothing scientific. If someone wants to do a study on why people pick Anabaptist churches, I am willing to be a guinea pig and answer questionnaire.

Please write back with detailed-information. I would be glad to offer what help is within my scope, but what would you like to know, more specifically?

I am a 16 yr old female who wants to become Amish, but does not know what to do. Could somebody help me with this? The first thing to do would be to talk to an Amish convert to get some advise.

Be sure to ask his opinion of the right bishop to talk to. Many bishops are very stubborn about it. Once you have talked to a bishop he would probably tell you to start coming to church but not start dressing the Amish way and start living it until you are certain this is what you want. Acceptance can be very difficult for you than one of there own and they will be suspicious of you. It would be good to explain to them why this means so much to you. It will impress them even more if you can give some biblical scripture for why you think you should do this.

You will much more likely to be accepted if you get married to an Amish man because then you will become a member of an Amish family. Notice the date of the comment you are replying to? Those people are long gone, mostly. This blog needs comments from those that know the Amish personally. I love ur comment! That and that guy was looking for an Amish girl? I too am looking to try and move choose to an Amish community…u think the budget is a good idea?

Thanks, and I try to keep up with the comments on here! I suggest learning about the differences between the various Amish groups and then directly contacting those that match who you are and what you are looking for. The Amish are NOT monolithic, they are very diverse. Learning how they are different is somewhat fun. If you are worried that they might change too much during your life time, look at the conservatives.

Amish and Mennonite history would suggest that the more progressive the group, the more likely they will drop the Amish label and identity over time. Unlike the large denominations of Protestantism, there is no oversite committee keeping the groups monolithic. The ministers of full fellowships do communicate and advise each other, but the only real authority over each individual church district is itself.

So, over time, they have gone many different directions. You just have to sort through the various groups to find the best match. Even the Amish themselves do this. It gets a lot harder, the farther you currently live from different Amish groups. If you want to explore the different groups, you really need to move near them.

Amish seeker and Mom of three boys. My son Christian is terminally ill and we need help and a place with love and Gods word and advice to help, grow and heal. I am tired of gangs, violence and technological advancements. We need family love and peace to find acceptance with gods decisions to seek the path we would like to live.

We seek to find simpler way of life for myself and my children. Please email me if you can help. Seeking family to stay with for a time to learn the language and the church. The person you described matches my descripton too. I have a lot to say about the whole conversion from English to Amish if anyone wants to hear. One thing I can say is that a person really has to be led by the Spirit to do something like this. I strongly incourage the conversion. God calls some to be Amish and others to do something else.

I was almost Amish but my own lusts and pride got the best of me. To the people thinking about taking on the Amish way of life, be patient and prayerful. Remember to thank God for everything and find the beauty in simplicity. We are really called to be seperate from the world. I did and it has gotten me nothing but a lot of disappointment and regret. Anyone considering joining such a group should consider that being legalistic misses the whole point of Christianity.

Christians are supposed to live as free men and women, and the traditions of men, taught as religion, are in fact an abomination, as stated by Paul. They reduce religion to sheer pettiness. Christianity is really a state of mind. No outward sign of faith or display of faith is valid in Christianity. The Bible teaches that followers of Jesus will not be known by how they look but by how they live their lives. Another big danger is in literalizing the Bible.

There are far too many contradictions and vagueness for this to be possible, and cross-reference applications could not be made e. Finally, religion nearly always treats women as being inferior to men. They are the ones who give birth to us all.

Any religious point of view that deems women as inferior should be avoided. I was born and raised Amish in Ohio. My family are members of the old order amish. I would love to write a book about my experiences growing up amish and why i would and would not live like that again.

If someone could direct me on how to get started please contact me. Google — Self Publishing. There are so many small presses now with varying costs. It is your best bet. Does anyone have any more information for people seriously considering joining an Amish group such as contacts, etc.

Oh and Martha, you should definetely write a book about your experiences. It would be really interesting! Hello, my name is Evan, a single, never married Jewish Christian who seeks an Amish wife. Am 52, professionally employed in the medical profession, love farming, barn raising, and the Amish way of life. There is no such thing. So if you marry an Amish woman you would then be Jewish-Amish? If you are a Christian you are a Christian. Jesus said there are no Jews or Gentiles, Black or White all are the same who follow him.

And the same applies with the Amish. I doubt the Amish allow hyphenated self segregated members. In their community, as it should be, you are either Amish or you are not.

How ridiculous to even approach the subject in this manner. Jesus was a jew and messianic jews are the closest it comes to the beginnings of the early church…the apostles were jews…and the gentiles are what we call christians.. Before one opens his mouth he must first make sure his facts are straight. No offense meant but your comment was biased and untrue.

Actually you have that backwards, without the goyim or westerners there would be no Christianity. Who printed the Bible?? Who created the school system that taught Christianity to the world, who fought and died in wars for Jesus?? Who gave up their belongings for thousands of years to help those around the world discover Jesus and find a better life? I grew up in norhthern Calif. Then we moved to Northern Az.

The Connection is a great Amish magazine also. Please keep in touch!! I personally know many from the English who became Amish. Recently I met one who works at Behalt and I must say that from our brief conversation he is different from the norm. When I say the norm I mean that most end up leaving, the few that do remain many times are scrutinized by other members, I know of those who are now 2nd generation and married with their own children — but yet have never been trusted or excepted even thou they themselves were born Amish.

I know of one case were the community asked the Amish wife to separate from her now Amish [former English] husband, based on allegations that just simply are not true. Although my experience is that most have ongoing acceptance issues not from the English but from within the Plain communities, I must admit that their are those who seem to be quite happy and adjust well — only time will tell the story with their children and grandchildren. This man was not prideful, just thankful.

For those who are truly considering joining the Amish, before you get too far, I would advise you to do some research and find out why so many Amish are leaving or should I say being pushed out due to the sharing of their new-birth experience in Christ Jesus. What you might just surprise you. Your description regarding acceptance of outsiders among the Amish reminds me of Judaism which also scrutinizes and treats converts as outcasts no matter how sincere the intentions.

Sad because some of the best religious followers are converts especially considering that those who started these religious path were all converts as well. Only God knows your true intentions and sanctions your actions. No man can tell someone he is not Amish when he is Amish in heart. Just an observation for a few people who put their personal info up here. True faithful Amish are not going to be sitting in front of their flat panel LCD screen on the Internet looking at blogs for a lover.

But someone looking for a naive victim will be there. Like other commenters, I also came from a background of legalism. Having now enjoyed the freedom of Christianity, I can still look at the Amish life from the standpoint that it could be lived by choice… that the disciplined life can be a choice… an expression of freedom in Christ.

I was thinking the exact thing…. These people must not be very smart…. You made me laugh! Thanks again for reading and commenting! Thanks so much for an informative article and thanks everyone, for all the comments.

I was very pleasantly surprised to see the date this article was published and comments still being posted currently. We are planning to move to Pueblo next summer from Wisconsin.

The climate change will be very welcome, first of all. Wondering about the beer? Husband has gotten used to the smaller craft brews here in WI, and is extremely interested in the availability of those in CO. We are also bikers, and looking forward to good riding around the area.

What about local lawn care services, the smaller independently-owned services, for husband to get a job? Also, any small engine repair services would be opportunity as well.

Any comments or responses with advice are welcome. Hi Sapphire, thanks for the comments! You will indeed love the climate in Pueblo. Bountiful sunshine and pleasant temperatures almost year-round. If his favorites are not in stock just request a special order.

Ask for Shannon; she will help you out. Mountains are certainly beautiful for biking and no crowds this far south of Denver. Not sure about lawn care or small engine repair shops but there should be options for someone with skills and a good midwest work ethic. On the other hand, I think Pueblo is a terrific place to start a business. Pueblo was a great place to grow up. It had a downtown that thrived until the mall was built , and people took pride in their homes.

I lived on W. We knew all of the neighbors within a 4-block radius. At that time, the schools were fantastic. Teachers were well educated, and there was strict discipline. The town supported high school athletics, and everyone went to football games on Friday or Saturday night. I left for northern California in , and now live near Philadelphia.

My home on W 11th St, which my dad built after WWll, is too sad to look at any more. The neighborhood has become mostly rentals, and is badly decayed. There are a few gems in the ruins, but this is Pueblo. You can work hard to make your house look nice, but your neighbors can throw their couches and old refrigerators in their front yard and there goes the neighborhood.

I was just in Pueblo in mid October, and encountered 3 stray dogs, in 2 different neighborhoods. My uncle said that stray dogs are a big problem now in Pueblo. The cost of living is still low, the River Walk is nice, Coors Tavern is still serving up the best sloppers, and PassKey is still in business.

Hi Julie — thanks for your comments! Thanks again and best wishes, JH. Justin, Your article touched on all the reasons I went to school and worked hard to come back home to Pueblo. My husband and I each own our own business, we own our own home on Colorado Avenue, our kids have enjoyed a great education, we have more than we know what to do with activities all the time and we enjoy a twenty minute drive to our second home in Beulah when we want downtime.

We love to travel and can easily go anywhere we want out of Springs or Denver and can afford to travel often as our cost of living is so low. We know our local government representatives and city officials and have the opportunity for personal conversations on issues that affect us. Best of all, we know our neighbors, have a relationship with friends, family and customers everywhere we go and feel a strong sense of our roots and our community. Glad you are back and thank you for your ongoing welcoming of our new neighbors and friends that are coming to discover a well kept secret!!!!

Amy, thank you so much for your kind comments! I strongly suspect we have friends in common and will be crossing paths soon…. Hi Justin, thank you for this site and all of the good, honest comments and advice. I am 65 years old, grew up on Evans ave and Lake ave both considered Bessemer , never any problems, great neighbors! Walked to Corwin middle school, central HS. I now live in sunset park, and will never move. I think the robberies, violence, etc are generally gang related, sadly.

Just need to be vigilant. Yes, avoid the west side near and west of the State hospital. I was a homecare nurse for years, discovered there are good and bad everywhere. Sadly, you are right on about pueblo west, have friends out there, also family, only because building or buying a home is cheaper, bless them!

Their team is now 3 in the nation div Ii. Last year our university hosted the national Div Ii track and field completion. I attended our university, made a very good living as a registered nurse. All of my girls and their husbands attended CSU -P and all have well paying jobs.

The high schools are encouraging students to take college classes at PCC while still in HS , now many are graduating HS with a 2 year associates degree. Read recently that our university had the 2nd lowest tuition in the nation. Oh, and by the way, they just announced millions of dollars have been raised for scholarships and renovating buildings there, so I think they will generate work for newcomers.

One last thing, personal. Many of our hardworking men worked the Steel mill after serving time in the military. Very few Bojons leave pueblo, they follow their fathers, family into good jobs. That is my funny. Now, one last note, my brother has lived in Colorado Springs for 40 years got a teaching job there out of college , he hates it.

The traffic, always transients, and the military. Says people are unfriendly and rude. There you have the haves and have nots, here we have tolerance, and a love for all.

Thank you once again! Maribeth, thank you so much for sharing these comments! I think this approach runs contrary to many accepted ideas regarding what it means in America for your children to succeed. I also love the anecdote about your daughter making a 6-figure salary as a drug rep.

If you really want to live in Pueblo and you really want to make good money it can certainly can be done but you have to MAKE it happen. Those who complain about low salaries are often expecting to just show up with a job application and, in return, receive a solid middle class salary.

That was possible in the 70s, in Pueblo, Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburgh and lots of other places with a manufacturing-based economy; but those days are long gone. Hope we cross paths in Pueblo one of these days. I would rather sit on the beach by the bonfire, eating smores while watching the sunset over Lake Michigan than be at the Pueblo Reservoir.

There are many great things about Pueblo, the people, the food, and the low cost housing but your salary for those of us who work for a business in Pueblo reflects the low cost of living. Hi Mark, thanks for the comments! Northern Michigan is perhaps one of the most under-appreciated places in all of North America.

However, I also experienced eight grey, brutally cold Michigan winters. So, while I will concede the summer season, I will take Pueblo over Michigan the other 9 months of the year…and by a landslide from Jan to May. So, given the option, I would choose a hot summer in Pueblo over a cold winter in Michigan every day of the week. Maybe we should charter a bus from Pueblo to Petoskey in July?

Just wanted to thank you for the straight-forward, yet detailed summary of life in Pueblo. It was just what I was looking for. Hi Mike — Thanks for your comments! I grew up in Pueblo, from the time I was 2 until the time I was When I moved away, it was a bit of a culture shock, and I often felt very idiotic when presented with new information that I had assumed to be true everywhere in the United States.

First, were issues concerning diversity. Moving away from Pueblo, I was shocked to learn how Latino and Hispanic individuals were regarded. It had never even crossed my mind. Also, Latino individuals are so integrated and Americanized, that it was odd to me when I met Latino people who only spoke Spanish when I left Pueblo.

And Pueblo most certainly did not prepare me for interacting with African-Americans. I got used to it though. Another instance when I felt completely out-of-place outside of Pueblo was when I was in the Army.

I was studying to be a medic in the Army, and we started to learn about certain diseases that existed. Anyway, I learned that day that the plague is really only prevalent in Southern Colorado and Northern New Mexico for the most part.

Because of this reputation for seemingly dead diseases or in the case of Sin Nombre and West Nile, new diseases , I also have met other people from Colorado who view Pueblo as a third-world-country. This view of Pueblo is reinforced by the rampant poverty. It is also interesting to note that Pueblo residents seem to suffer from cancer and degenerative disorders more frequently than I have noticed in other places I have lived.

Add that to the fact that there is the Pueblo Chemical Depot right outside of town, housing mustard gas and who knows what else, there are plenty of reasons why I will never return to live in Pueblo. An interesting anecdote about the Pueblo Chemical Depot: While growing up, we were informed that the Depot was nothing to worry about at all, and that it was a relatively small compound.

When I was in college, I looked it up via Google Maps and discovered that the Depot is almost the exact same size as Pueblo itself. The Depot houses tons of mustard gas that is over 5 million pounds of mustard gas. Thanks for sharing your perspective. I can definitely relate to some of your experience in terms of finding different cultural norms in different parts of the US. Health problems in Pueblo probably correlate more strongly with income than with any other variable.

The Pueblo Chemical Depot does indeed have tons of chemical weapons in storage, all of it scheduled to be destroyed in the next 5 years see http: The most interesting part of your comments have to do with Pueblo being viewed as a 3rd world country.

As you acknowledge, Pueblo has a strong Latino influence with a majority or near majority Hispanic population. This makes them uncomfortable so they make disparaging comments about Pueblo. To those people I say, go back to the s where you belong. That makes people uncomfortable and they trash Pueblo.

Hi Penny, I think you are right on target. I hope Pueblo works out for you! I live and work in Tampa and hope to retire in about 6 yrs. Really the only reason I continue to live here is my job. I definitely have Pueblo and the surrounding areas on my radar. We have been looking for a house in Fl. My wife likes to cook and would like a large kitchen with a formal dining room.

Hard to find in Fl. Definitely an impossibility in Fl. I assume when you say Pueblo has a large Latino population it is predominately Mexican? My wife is Peruvian and speaks very little English. Hi Gerald, It sounds like Pueblo would work nicely for your situation after retirement.

Plenty of inexpensive houses with basements. You may need to budget for a kitchen remodel as most bargains would be older homes with smaller kitchens. I would think it would be doable but challenging. Hi Justin My friend Rod White sent me your link and was happy to read all of the good things you had to say about Pueblo. All of the same reasons I moved from So. I never experienced this in Cal.

Iif you want to come by my house sometime I can show you somethings you might not know about this fair city. Hi Tom — thank you for reading and for adding this comment. Having lived in several places where no one knew my name I can relate and agree completely. My family and I relocated to Pueblo from Santa Monica because the crime and congestion became too much. The first thing we noticed was the friendliness of the folks here.

As soon as we settled in, the CFI mill went down. Families really suffered in the resulting economy. Just start asking the people you meet how they came to Pueblo and why. You will be surprised at what you find out. We are quite cosmopolitan for a small place. Hi Art — thanks for sharing your experience! Thanks again for the comment! I was so happy to find this thread just now when I looked up city data for pueblo.

The springs is too big and expensive for a 51 year old from a tiny central California town. Looking to make the leap as early as next month, and am utterly charmed by the diversity I have been digging up about pueblo. My main — simple — consideration is the ability to keep my pets: Perhaps you could point me in a good direction?

My next line of inquiry during the next week or so will be the feasibility of setting up a small business there, storefront or internet. And I am going to share your page on fb; perhaps it will allay the fear my daughter has about my not living in the same town. Hi Shari — glad you found my post and thank you for your kind words.

Finding a place to rent with lots of pets will probably be a challenge but not insurmountable. I hope your move goes well and that Pueblo works out for you.

You have mentioned that the east side is rough. Are there any other spots to stay away from? Focussing on the Minneaqua Area? The lower East side and Bessemer probably have the most crime. Minnequa is okay but depends on where in Minnequa. Great bargains on homes, very walkable and crime is not too bad. Looking to move to area also. Moved out of California was wanting better place for kids 4 of them to mo.

Things are just to slow here. Colorado recent laws has put a sparkle in my eyes one I would compare to the first settlers crossing the west. My plan is in no way to start that kind of work again but well qualified. Wanting to further my culinary career seeing the number of resturants in mile radius to Pablo says this is the place.

Looking to rent not buy. Seems to be a wide range in pricing. Almost an underground railroad feeling. My worst fear is to rent a place over the phone get there and were the only family in a crime ridden ghetto.

Once they deposit tax money where out of here. Was a communications specialist for sprint a chef and past grower who graduated for oaksterdam university. I feel there is hope in Colorado. But with no family ther or anywhere. My lil trib is all I got! Thanks for you writing they have helped to inspire me more. Looking for a friend and point of contact. Wife was offered work by a nice man and the urban bar and grill said to come to pueblo money in Denver.

Well thanks again Justin any more insight would ne great. Hi Matthew, thanks for the note. Let me know how I might be able to help. My husband and I, along with our two year old daughter and Rottweiler Chief, are planning a move to Colorado at the end of the year.

We are full time RVers and my husband works from home on the internet. I also plan on homeschooling. I have read what you have said about Pueblo west but do you have any information on Forts or Haggards? They are also under new management, according to the reviews.

Would you happen to know who owns them and if they are planning on doing something about the water quality? Also, if we did decide to purchase land, where would be the best place where building codes would be lax. Earthships are up to building codes, but usually in developments closer to the city, there are HOAs and God forbid someone has a garden or a green house rather than a lawn.

Please feel free to email me any time! Glad to hear that Pueblo is on your radar screen. Based only this comment I would suggest that you learn more about Beulah, a small community nestled in the foothills of the Wet Mountains about 20 minutes southwest of Pueblo. Another possibility would be Rye a bit further south. Something tells me that one of these communities might be your kind of place.

I think this article on your blog is excellent. Appreciated is the time you have taken to answer all messages. That is how a blog is supposed to work. I am not interested in living right in Pueblo, but in a rural mountainous area somewhere within a 50 mile radius of Pueblo. I am looking for a acre partially wooded parcel and this can be off-grid property as I plan on solar.

Since there are lots of days of sunshine in this area it is ideal for solar and that is really what attracts me to the area. Can you advise where might be the best locations within 50 miles of Pueblo for finding off-grid real estate. I would even consider acreage with a cabin already built, but probably will have to buy the land first and do this in stages to get the cabin built. If I could find a property that already has a well and septic that would be preferable, but not a requirement.

Dennis, I am so glad you found my blog! I would love to work with you on this location decision! Do you have time to collaborate? Let me know how I might contact you directly. If you prefer, maybe leave a private message here or send a DM to justinholman on Twitter.

I would appreciate collaborating with you. I do not use the social sites much, but you can find me on Facebook. We can also collaborate directly through our individual preferred email providers if you like. Actually that is how I usually communicate with friends, family, and business associates. If you want to send an email to my gmail account I can also provide you with my cell number.

Thanks for your insightful and balanced thoughts. My husband and I are strongly considering opening a small business in Pueblo in the next few months. We visited the city today to see it for ourselves and we like what we see. Thank you so much for your kind words! I hope it works out for you. Feel free to contact me if I can be of service. I am 56 yrs old and have lived in Alabama all my life.

I am considering moving to the Pueblo area soon and would like some recommendations, please, as to what areas might me low crime, affordable, friendly, and fun to live and retire. Please let me know if I can help in any way and best wishes on the move!

Thanks so much for your quick response. I will definitely check that out. Pueblo is only 4, feet so, unless you have a medical condition that might make you more vulnerable, you should be fine. Typically, you have to go above 8,, ft before altitude sickness becomes an issue.

Hi Justin, thank you for your informational article! My husband and I are looking to relocate to Pueblo for Ohio. We are looking to rent rent to own as are many.

Thanks for mentioning the safe and not so safe areas to look at! We own our own small business from home and would love to join the community of Pueblo!! Justin, thank you for your informational article on Pueblo! We found your neighborhood analysis very helpful. We are looking to rent, or rent to own. We also own our own small business from home!

Any advice would be wonderful, thanks! My husband and I are forcibly retired, have finally dumped our home in NJ, and are looking for an inexpensive place to live that has pluses art and music, good ethnic food, diversity, sunny climate while still having four seasons. Pueblo is on our very short list, but as older folk we are concerned about crime. Any suggestions you have would be most appreciated, as we are on a limited housing budget but very much want to live in Pueblo not PWest.

Thank you so much for your article! Thank you for your kind words! Crime is an issue for sure but a little common sense will allow you to avoid the vast majority of problems. Belmont is indeed a very nice neighborhood and I definitely would recommend it. Not sure, maybe you mean Mineral Palace? The area near Parkview hospital and Mineral Palace park? I like that area as well. Lovely historic homes near 18th and Greenwood and thereabouts. Hope this helps and I hope you find a home in Pueblo!

It's become one of my most popular posts and has facilitated a number of new friendships and […]. This is a great analysis. Congratulations on your upcoming move! I discovered this post quite a long time after it was originally published, but more and more, Pueblo is looking like a great place to move and start a family. Collins, and Windsor, etc. These communities are growing awfully quickly and are becoming over saturated with professionals. In short, we are thinking of moving to Pueblo and it is wonderful to see a positive write-up from you about a great up-and-coming city!

And, on behalf of everyone in Pueblo, we look forward to welcoming you! Yes, I agree, the sprawl in Northern Colorado is reaching a tipping point. If you could manage to get a deal where you telecommute most of the time and drive up to Denver for face-time once a week you would save a bundle in housing costs.

And probably spend less time in your car overall. I just read your post and enjoyed it very much. I was born and raised in Pueblo. I have always believed that our city had so much to offer but was worried that to many people would come to live.

I have learned that new people only continues to expands the culture here in Pueblo. The 4 Cs does cover our town, thanks for your story.

Before I forget the south side of town is the best side, of course I grew up and have lived south of the river. Hi Mike, thanks for your kind words! Thanks again for taking the time to read and comment! I wrote you back on Dec 29th thanks for your response , and made my big move landing in the springs on super bowl Sunday. So now looking in earnest for a rental in pueblo.

Being on disability my parameters might be a bit narrow but I think not unrealistic; I feel my needs are simple and few. I need 2 bedrooms and a fenced yard.

I dislike going through rental management companies, preferring to communicate with individuals. Are you aware of other avenues I might be missing? I always look on craigslist, as well. Hi Shari — Welcome to Pueblo! Not sure about advice re where to look aside from Craigslist et al. You might check to see if the Pueblo Community College has listings. You could also call the Housing Authority of Pueblo. They process Section 8 applications so may not be able to help directly but they may have some good leads if you get the right person on the phone.

Your best bet might be to drive the neighborhoods that you like and look for signs. Let me know if you have additional questions. So glad I found this site. My husband, teenager daughter and I are strongly considering moving to Pueblo. My only concern is the schools….

I have a year old freshman in advanced classes in Wisconsin public school. High school is a tough one. I think Centennial is the best public high school in Pueblo. Some people think Pueblo West is better. If your daughter is ambitious she may like the early college program offered in cooperation with the Pueblo Community College.

You might check it out. I need a good realator to find me a low priced home in a good area.. Comcast and CenturyLink nee Qwest seem to be the only options. I will send you an email re real estate. I may take a job at the Chemical Depot this summer. Are there any good neighborhoods close by the Depot? I would like to rent a house.

Hi Mark — congrats on the job offer! I think Belmont or University Park would be your best bet for proximity to the Depot but still convenient to schools, shopping, entertainment, etc. For shopping you can get most big box stuff on the north side of town near I and US Great local restaurants and niche stores tend to be downtown, on Union Ave, in the Mesa Junction neighborhood off Abriendo or near the Steel Mill in Bessemer.

Colo Springs has everything else 45 min away. My husband and I are considering a big move to Pueblo this summer or fall. We currently reside in Denver, but we are tired of the traffic, growth, and cost of living that seems to have gotten out of control in the last years. I wrote a little bit about it; you can view my post here:. Overall, it seems like it could have a lot to offer. My husband and I graduated from law school and college respectively at the height of the recession, so we are just trying to find a good place to start out.

Hi Natalie — great post! Look forward to seeing you around town. Thank you so much. I love reading your blog! Happy springtime to you and your family! Justin — Thanks so much for you input on Pueblo.

Pueblo is a top choice right now for my destination move. I disabled but have two teen age kids. We are coming from Mcallen Texas area, the second cheapest place to live in the US. We loved living in Montana my youngest kids were born there. I love what I am finding about Pueblo. I love all the activities available for my kids. Housing prices for renting are very close to what I pay now.

However I am a bit concerned about jobs for my son. He has a lot factory, fork lift, and building skills. I know the unemployment rate is high. However are jobs out there or are the jobs few and far between.

I also wonder about part time jobs for my teens which are hard here. With the higher Hispanic population is speaking Spanish for jobs a demand. This is my only worry about finalizing Pueblo as our choice moving destination this summer. Any help with info here would be great. Hi Sandra — thanks for these questions! Unemployment is relatively high here in Pueblo but a few recent announcements have brought good news.

The new giant solar array will likely bring plenty of jobs, the Chemical Depot and Vestas both recently announced plans to hire more workers, and a major I bridge re-construction project is scheduled to begin in August. All this bodes well for jobs. If possible, I would recommend a try-before-you-buy visit to see if Pueblo is the place for you.

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