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Old 03-20-2014, 04:49 PM
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Bozeman sounds like a good fit. For a walkable lifestyle close to restaurants, parks, yoga, etc. you'll want to stay close to Downtown Main St. The neighborhoods north are a bit more affordable; the neighborhoods to the south have some lovely big, older homes.

Winters ARE long here. But if you're into skiing, skating, and sledding then it helps pass the time.
IMO the worst part is the mud season which has already started. Best to head up high till things dry out-snow is your friend right now, snowshoeing, skiing or what ever. The local regional dog park off of Oak Street has been an unbelievable mess as off late.
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Old 03-25-2014, 11:40 PM
 
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Thank you both. I was planning on bringing a ten percent bleach solution and clorox wipes and clean prior to settling in. However, we are now staying in a hotel my sister does not want to camp in a cabin. Still going hiking, rafting, fly fishing, and down to Yellowstone. I appreciate both of your responses.

Aloha.
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Old 04-01-2014, 04:28 PM
 
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Bozeman is a vibrant little city with all of the stores most people would need. A big part why is the college students, which also bring the flip side of pricier and scarcer real estate.

So- if the properties look like something you can handle I think it's a wonderful place to raise a family.
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