Much less crowded than the Kenai.Just curious why you chose interior AK that far north vs south of the Alaska range (Willow/Talkeetna/the Kenai)? I'm a couple years behind you but ultimately plan to do the same thing in 2-3 years.
We actually looked into it... apparently NR Aliens can’t purchase property anymore, also we’d have to take a 70+ % pay cut.Move to New Zealand! most of the country is public land, free hunting, game everywhere, great people, warm summers and cold winters.
I'd love to do it myself.
When my wife and I moved to Laramie, we did so the first week of January. I am firmly convinced there is no worse time to see southern Wyoming than January, unless it's maybe February. The entire drive from Evanston to Laramie I was wondering "WTF did we do"? After an adjustment period to the wind, we loved it.Take time in the middle of winter and spend some time in the area your interested in. In the area where I live it seems that people come here in the summer and fall in love with it and move here. Then after a couple of winters for some reason they move.
Anyplace that has something to keep away the flies is a plus to me. Cold weather is the only thing preventing some areas from being completely overrun. Thinking Minot, North Dakota in the dead of winter.
I was going to correct you but thought I should double check and by golly you are right. Only people from Australia and Singapore can buy property there.We actually looked into it... apparently NR Aliens can’t purchase property anymore, also we’d have to take a 70+ % pay cut.