I recently made the move. It took approximately 27 hours inside a U-Haul with an unhappy cat in a carrier, next to me in the passenger seat. Cheyenne, Wyoming to Pittsfield, Massachusetts. The two cities couldn't be any more different in culture. While I thought Wyoming was in my rearview mirror, in more ways than one, I also found out that there's actually a Wyoming in Massachusetts. I mean...wait, what?
The Cowboy State has some of the craziest winds that you will ever experience and they seem like they never stop.Of course, if you're in Wyoming, that 130+ mile drive is just a Tuesday afternoon trip in the Cowboy State.Massachusetts, on the other hand, has plenty of trees around to block lots of the wind and the elevation, while it can get high, is not nearly as high as it is in Wyoming.So out West, it's definitely cheaper, there is also some nice scenery there, but I think I'll stick with everything there is to experience around here in the Berkshires!
Tree Top Views from This Spectacular Ellsworth Waterfront Home If you've ever dreamt of living high on a bluff, overlooking the water, in a stunningly beautiful house, then this Ellsworth home is for you.Massachusetts is much smaller in area, the 7th smallest state, but plenty of things going on with a short distance in between anywhere you want to go.