SuspiciousFishI agree, when it comes to actual skiing terrain nothing touches Alta and Snowbird. That and you actually get to drive up a real mountain road to go skiing and not take a rush hour freeway up to a covered parking garage. I miss those days of driving 35 min to the mountain.
The church sucks but regular Mormons are usually pretty chill. Its funny how down they are on dangerous/illegal activities as long as its not booze or drugs. I remember once I was bombing my Subaru 70+ Mph down a dirt road by my old house and a Mormon pulled up with a huge smile and waived at me.
So some mormon smiling at you as you drive by is supposed to make up for the fact most mormons will narc on you for smoking weed or taking some painkillers?
its not that utah sucks. Because of it beautyful mountains i would put it ahead of most other us states that are just as tough on drugs. But colorado has mountains just as beautyful as utah but without the fascist anti drug pigs and straight edge geriatric voters who want to put potsmokers in jail.
Colorado is like harm reduction in the form of a state. People who are proud of being the home of southpark tend to be about 1000 times LESS HYPOCRITICAL than law lovers in other states who think south park is some silly cartoon, because they dont want to take a long look at themselves.
I would feel more safe raising a kid in colorado than any other us state. In some law loving shithole my 18 year old might be too sheltered and ignorantly try fentanyl off the street by himself and overdose. While in colorado my kid would be surrounded by people able to guide him and make sure he does things as safely as possible if he truly has the desire to experiment with things. Most colorado raised kids ive met have the best energy ive ever seen anywhere. Having friendly warm bobby brown clones all over your state isnt a bad thing unless youre an idiot.