285 is fine most the time now that the construction near shaffers crossing is done, but as most mountain highways don't go up on friday or down on sunday to avoid traffic I use to live in Bailey and it was a great place to live but 285 can be a little scary in places with only 2 lanes and no guard rail (after watching that suv get plowed bye that 18 wheel in that video this year) Now I live in clear creek county between you 2. I go to evergreen or frisco to do my shopping and I've managed to pretty much avoid Denver for the most part. Since moving up here the worst I've felt in weeks was when I had to drive to Denver for a dinner around 5... holy crap, denver is cool but SKREW the idiot drivers and traffic sometimes. I feel like in general most (not all) drivers that live or are from the mountains tend to drive a little better because of some of the roads up here (loveland pass) if you do something stupid up here you might die, where I see teenage chicks texting and putting makeup on in the city
Wouldn't have anything to do with having 100x the population in and area, therefore 100x's the idiots?
haha tru, but whatever the reason I'm happy up in the mountains... also in lakewood I was paying $725 for a crappy 1 bdrm in an oldish people community now i'm paying only $25 more a month for an awesome 1 bdrm with new tile, hardwood, dishwasher, fireplace, few hundred feet from a lake, and alot cooler in the summer ... The weather was the biggest thing for me actually. I can't stand 90-100 degree weather it just turns me into a sloth. I was thinking about moving to Alaska one day when I get into split boarding and bc more.
Cities create their own mess. Its like a feedback loop where stupidity and douche baggery feeds off of itself and generates more and more stupidity and douche baggery. A little bit like having too many rats in the same small cage.