BiffbarfThe scale isn't even close. Way more people come to CO from CA than vice versa. There's 1.5x the pop of CO in the bay area ALONE. I won't get into the whole CA pahlitiks whatnots, but CO's population boom in the last 10 years has taken away a lot of really neat things that were available to coloradoans over the years.
Don't get me wrong, the boom is nice and the economy is great, but people are hardwired to reminisce about the old days and change is hard.
I know it's happening everywhere. People need to stop poppin' out crotch goblins so awesome things don't get used up too quick.
Edit: the joke was how a decent chunk of people in/around summit are Californian, so I was insinuating he could just ask them if there was some sorta network
**This post was edited on Jul 11th 2019 at 1:47:16am
People move around, get over it. CO isn't exactly some unkept secret.
As far as too many peoples I agree though. I remember it coming up in a discussion in the last few years. Somebody mentioned how there was plenty of space to fit everyone. "Look at all the open land in ___" insert a bunch of states that aren't overloaded as fuck. I was like, oh no you don't. Gotta leave some of that shit wild.
Idk, I think people get too hung up on movement. There has been a boom in CO for sure, but even 10 years ago it wasn't some tiny state noone heard of. Idk, I just get tired of the "No don't move here it sucks!!!! lolololol" comments on any and every location. "Omg all the people moving here ugh"
CO's nice and all, but it isn't some holy grail. Really just the "ermagerd weed" denver area peeps and people rolling in for growing city and jobs. Idk 10 plus years ago but I would guess summit had been a steadily growing shitshow for quite a while.
Sparknotes: People move all the time. CO is just a state. People play too much into the "us vs them" in these things in imo.