First, within a week we changed the registration on our vehicle to get the Florida license plate off and Colorado on. Legally, we had 90 days to do that, but wanted to get it done way before then. For new-to-newer vehicles, registering a vehicle in a new state can be pretty expensive, so we were happy that our registration cost less than $100. Legally, we had 30 days to get a Colorado Drivers License and did get it the fourth week we were here. When we told the clerk at the DL office that we had already registered our vehicle here, she said "good". Many folks moving here don't do it that quickly. Unfortunately, my wife has been having an extremely hard time finding a job, even a part-time one. Within a month and a half, she has only had one interview (in person with an Agency Recruiter) and no phone interviews at all. She is getting unemployment, so that's good. One thing we have found out pretty quickly, the Baby Boomers and earlier Seniors here sure don't like what has happened to this area. We have talked to some. Many were here when the population was only 15,000, but now is 78,000. The west end of Loveland, where we live, is still not developed that much, but the east end sure has. There have been Seniors that have told us, "we never go to the big shopping and restaurant areas on the east end. Those areas are for the kids." Very few Seniors live in the complex we do. It appears that it is made up of mostly 20 and 30 year old folks. Loveland, itself, has a much higher population of Seniors than Jacksonville did, but they don't like getting out much. The main population here has become, and continues to be, young folks in their 20s and 30's. It appears to me that THEY would love to see all of the Seniors move out and THEY take over the entire city. Anyway, as already stated, when our "boating days" end next summer, we will again pack up and head for Wyoming (most likely). We only moved to Loveland because of the lakes here for boating/fishing. It's not nearly "Western" enough for us. On thing is FOR SURE, we like it here much better than we did in Jacksonville. We have our winter clothes ready when Old Man Winter decides to get here.