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« on: August 10, 2006 09:52:10 AM »

Hi there i am a fellow craftster from the Seattle, washington area.  I am moving to Columbus, Ohio towards the end of October in about two months.  I am finishing my AA transfer degree this month and have been accepted to Columbus College of art and design with a scholarship.  I am transferring and am moving my boyfriend and cat with me(my family). 

well here is some of the problems:  i have never been there so we are trying to locate some good areas to look for apartments?Huh?  We are 21 and 23 but we don't really like to be engulfed in university students(i have heard that Ohio u is close to ccad) and we would like to be kinda close to ccad(school).  We are looking for a two bedroom apt within the 500+- dollar a month range, we just want to be in a decent neighborhood(here we have had to live in some ghetto areas because of the high cost of living).  i am going to be looking at a map while reading your responses so i can try to understand where things are.  so we don't mind if we are around some university students we just don't want to be smack in the middle of them.  we will be living there for around three years.

Additional information: my boyfriend will either be working at one of the Columbus Comp usas or somewhere computer or car mechanic related.  I will be looking for a part time job too. 

there is so much to think about.  we are getting together a rental truck and stuff like that. any information you guys have for me would be greatly appreciated!!!!!!

THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!  i am beyond stressed about trying to move cross country with little money and my family.  Again Thank you!!!
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« Reply #1 on: August 14, 2006 07:44:08 PM »

Not sure where the Comp USAs are, but there are several cute neighborhoods near CCAD that will still be far enough away from Ohio State.  Try Victorian, Italian or German Village.  All cute- with some really pricey and some not so pricey rentals.  $500 for a 2 bedroom will be tough- but if you go through independent realtors, you should be able to find something.  See if you can get your hands on a Columbus Alive or TriVillage (Suburaban) Newspaper somehow- they both have rental properties listed and will give you a good idea of
C-bus goings on.  When in Columbus, I highly recommend checking out Wholly Craft on High St. 

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« Reply #2 on: August 14, 2006 08:34:07 PM »

thank you for the response.  The compusa is in easton town center, so i guess we are going to try to look between dowtown(ccad) and easton town center.   We are looking between the 500-600 dollar range.  i am so excited to move!!!  i will definitely check out wholly craft.  what type of store/place is it?  Someone else said something about the columbus dispatch paper.  I will definitely check out the papers you recommended too.  Thanks again. 

Is there any good studio art groups in columbus??  i will be there a couple of months before i start school to get settled in and it would be great if i could get involved with some of the art community when i get there.  Are there any nude drawing groups or places?

Thanks from the washingtonian!

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« Reply #3 on: August 15, 2006 10:47:33 AM »

sorry i can't help out with any of the art questions.  but for the apartment around easton area, you might want to banch out of columbus a little bit.  we have a lot of smaller cities surrounding us, but everything just runs together so you can't even tell.  something like gahanna or westerville might have something in your price range.

if you narrow it down to a few addresses i can drive by and take some digital pics if you'd like.   Grin  just not next week because i'll be on vaca.

i haven't been to wholly craft.  i think it's like a consignment shop for people who make stuff.  i keep meaning to check it out myself.

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« Reply #4 on: August 17, 2006 07:06:49 AM »

welcome (almost) to ohio!  we just moved from Portland to Cleveland and experienced some culture shock.  midwest has a different vibe than the pacific northwest.  loads of sweet people out here... just make sure you hug mt. rainier before you go because you won't see anything like it here.   

no advice on the columbus specific stuff.  but for the move we used U-Pack ABF services  (http://www.upack.com/)... awesome.  they delivered it to us, we packed it tight, and padlocked it with our own locks. they picked it up and shipped it to cleveland for us.  then we packed up the car and drove comfortably.  couldn't stand the idea of crossing the rockies in a u-haul, ugh.   as is, it took us 5 days to get here.  let me know if you need any help.

congrats on getting into the college!
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« Reply #5 on: August 17, 2006 08:57:57 AM »

Thanks for the insight into gahanna and westerville mr pickles.  I looked at some places online in those cities yesterday.

mop top why did you guys move across the country?  was it for school or work?  i am actually trying to go on a weekend backpacking trip before i leave.  i am abig outdoors person and hiker.i can see mt rainier from my house here in auburn.  i am scared to leave the beautiful mountains.  Is there any hiking or outdoor adventures out there?

i wish i had the money to fly out there first, we are totally blind about columbus.  It should be quite an adventure!!!

we are hoping to do the trip in 4 days.  if we drive about 650 miles a day, the trip is 2465 miles, we should be there at the end of the 4th day.  we are leaving extra time though. 

you now what is sad though.  there are so many things here that i haven't seen or done, like i have never even been to portland and i have lived here my entire life.  if i get the chance before i leave i am going to visit some places.


Thanks so much you guys!! i really need support because everyone around me here is so negative all the time.  It is like people here and my family aren't happy for me.  They are really mean!  I feel so alone in the whole thing because my boyfriend would rather stay here so i am doing all the work regarding moving.

Anyways propbably too much info!!!  i always have more questions so if you guys want to try to answer them let me know.

heres two final questions for today:

What is a good national bank that is in columbus and all over the us?

Any advice on how to travel with a cat in a uhaul for 4 days?

Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!

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« Reply #6 on: August 17, 2006 11:02:56 AM »

mop top why did you guys move across the country?  was it for school or work?  i am actually trying to go on a weekend backpacking trip before i leave.  i am abig outdoors person and hiker.i can see mt rainier from my house here in auburn.  i am scared to leave the beautiful mountains.  Is there any hiking or outdoor adventures out there?

i wish i had the money to fly out there first, we are totally blind about columbus.  It should be quite an adventure!!!

we are hoping to do the trip in 4 days.  if we drive about 650 miles a day, the trip is 2465 miles, we should be there at the end of the 4th day.  we are leaving extra time though. 

you now what is sad though.  there are so many things here that i haven't seen or done, like i have never even been to portland and i have lived here my entire life.  if i get the chance before i leave i am going to visit some places.

Thanks so much you guys!! i really need support because everyone around me here is so negative all the time.  It is like people here and my family aren't happy for me.  They are really mean!  I feel so alone in the whole thing because my boyfriend would rather stay here so i am doing all the work regarding moving.

we moved for my (now) husband's work (makes beer for Rock Bottom Brewing). when we found out that we'd be moving to cleveland a lot of things had to happen fast.  apartment hunting was done online, everything.  like you, we didn't get a chance to visit the city first.  all of it was done blindly.

my biggest adjustment is definately the landscape.  seeing smokestacks (and some with giant balls of fire shooting out a good 40-50 ft in the air) and factories is quite different from being surrounded by mountains and forests.  the pollution levels drive me nuts... but we do what we can.  i'm the only one at work with a recycling box.  when it's full i have to drive to a drop off site... no streetside pickup service like i was used to.  everytime i carry the box out to my car, co-workers ask me if i quit.  if only...  Roll Eyes 

we haven't had any time for big outdoor adventures yet. most of our adventures have been "how do we get to trader joe's?" and doing other new-to-the-city-explorations.  we are anxious to use our new camping equipment (yea, REI gift registry for weddings!!).  maybe we should do a giant ohio craftster camp out. 

you can do the drive in 4 days.  just make sure you dont' push yourself too hard.  here's a sneak preview of what you might see if you drive the northern route:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/moptopstumptown/sets/72057594070293622/


aren't the craftster crew awesome?  everyone here was really helpful when we did our move too.  it made me feel more confident about leaving everyone & everything i loved back on the west coast.
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« Reply #7 on: August 17, 2006 06:27:22 PM »

heres two final questions for today:

What is a good national bank that is in columbus and all over the us?

Any advice on how to travel with a cat in a uhaul for 4 days?

Some of the banks in Columbus are:
Fifth Third https://www.53.com
Huntington https://www.huntington.com/
National City http://www.nationalcity.com/personal/

Although I'm not sure how widespread the banks are throughout the US. 
Sorry, no advice on the cat since I'm a dog owner.  Best of luck with your move and let us know when you reach Ohio!  Congrats on starting at CCAD!
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« Reply #8 on: August 17, 2006 07:25:19 PM »

you guys are the best!!!!  I appreciate this so much.  i am really starting feel good about going there.  if there are people like you guys there it should be great.

moptop how long have you guys been married?  i have been with my boyfriend for almost 4 years, but no marriage yet Sad

i loved the pictures.  we are going to take i-90 into montana, probably stop and stay in missoula, butte, or billings.  then we are going to continue on i-90 through south dakota, minnesota, and wisconsin.  we plan to stop and stay in kenosha, wisconsin.  We have a friend we want to stop and see, plus i LOVE CHEESE.  then we hope to take one of the smaller freeways around chicago and connect with i-74 which turns into i-70.  i-70 goes right through columbus, ohio.  so we actually have no idea what we are doing but by lookin at maps that is what we have come up with. we were worried about the snow in the north because we aren't leaving until the very end of october.


keep on recycling!!!  that is awesome that your husband makes beer.  my uncle is the brewmaster for Hale's Ales out here in preston, wa outside of issaquah, wa.  When we get there we would love to try and meet up with you guys and try some of the beer and ohio culture. this is so funny, i even have some good guy friends that are working on there own brewing company here in my hometown.

They have a trader joes out there??  cool. do they have an rei out there?  i heard there is an indoor climbing club in cloumbus, at least that is what it said on ccad school website. 

mcorwin thanks for the bank info.  none of those banks are over here.  we found a couple of key banks listed online in columbus, and they are all over here.  Does anyone think that is a good bank?

THANKS AGAIN GUYS!!!!!


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« Reply #9 on: August 17, 2006 10:12:43 PM »

70 will take you straight through downtown Columbus.  It can be a little confusing, but it is one of the best views of the downtown  Cheesy

I've lived here my entire life, so I can't really say anything about moving.  But I can say be prepared for FLAT.  No mountains.  Not even really hills.  Fortunately there isn't a lot of manufacturing, so no flaming smoke stacks. Cheesy

Hocking Hills is about an hour south of Columbus and just beautiful in the fall.  http://www.hockinghillspark.com/  Still kinda flat as compared to where you're coming from.

Columbus does have a drop off recycling program for paper and plastics.  There is a curb side service, but I'm not sure how much that is.

Sorry, no rei Sad  About the closest one is 4 hours away in Pittsburgh. We're home to at least 2 Trader Joe's  Grin  There are a few health food grocery stores, Whole Foods and Wild Oats that are pretty decent.

I haven't heard anything bad Key Bank, for what that's worth  Undecided And I have 2 dogs so no cat advice either.  I'm just a bundle of help today  Roll Eyes
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« Reply #10 on: August 18, 2006 07:15:53 AM »

oh god, i love your uncle's beer.  tell him that his cream ale is my favorite example in the states of that style... i guess you can also tell him that the pelican pub is stiff competition for the title, though.  Cheesy 

more later, i need to pretend to work now.
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« Reply #11 on: August 18, 2006 07:39:14 PM »

I'm glad the advice has been helpful.  Regarding banks, I would highly recommend Chase- they took over C-bus's Bank One- and seem to be just about everywhere. 

Best of luck with your move!  You'll find that Columbus is a very friendly town.  If you're here in September, you may want to also check out Craftin' Outlaws at Skully's Music Diner on Sept 23- lots of crafters & good times. 

Cheers!
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« Reply #12 on: August 24, 2006 06:53:24 PM »

Here are some sites to look for an apartment.  I live in the Worthington (NW) area.  There are so many places you could live. 

http://columbus.apartments.com/

http://www.apartmentcities.com/ohio/d/cherryblossom_way_northeast_OH.asp
This place is very near Easton
http://www.peoplewithpets.com/states/apartmentdetail.asp?apartment=1049
As is this

Good luck, PM me if I can help in any way!
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« Reply #13 on: August 25, 2006 11:34:51 AM »

thanks for the links mpicky.  I will definitely check out the apartments.com link.  the cherry blossom places look great, but do not allow pets.  we have my cat,and he is my kid.  thanks so much though. 

there is so much to choose from for living.  Im ready to go now, but too bad we are not leaving until the end of october.

I was wondering if there is like a columbus trademark?  for example seattle has the famous pictures of their skyline with the space needle.  i just wonder if there is something like that in columbus.  i want to put two pictures next to each other in our living room when we move. you know like one of seattle and one of columbus, like our two worlds.

how do you pm someone?  i have more of a lurker than a communicator on here until now. thanks
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« Reply #14 on: August 26, 2006 08:17:02 PM »

To send someone a private message, click on their user name and it takes yo uto their profile.  Then there is a button to send them a message.  The OSU football stadium (the horseshoe) is a landmark in Columbus, there is also the Laveck Tower, different times of the year, they change the colors of the lights. http://www.elmsblog.com/wp-photo.php?id=51


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« Reply #15 on: August 26, 2006 08:27:14 PM »

shorty, you wanted to know about the city's landmarks?  look no further than the OSU's infamous horseshoe stadium, mirror lake, and oodles of other things found on campus.
i don't know about everyone else, but that's what i think of! Smiley
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« Reply #16 on: August 27, 2006 02:06:28 PM »

The OSU Horseshoe is the first Columbus landmark that leaps to mind.  I think we have a great skyline, but nothing really distinctive like the Seattle space needle.

The old railway arch downtown is neat, but unless you do a walking tour of arena district, you won't really see it.  Maybe Nationwide Area could be another landmark?  I've also seen a lot of pictures with the Santa Maria and the COSI building.

This site has a lot of nice downtown shots  Smiley
http://www.columbusohio.org/
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« Reply #17 on: November 17, 2006 08:21:47 AM »

hi there again!! it has been awhile.  WELL we are finally here.  we have been here for about 2 weeks.  We found a great location that is only 5 minutes from easton and about 15 minutes from downtown.  i am close to all the shopping i need, school, and work.  so far i really like columbus, but it is a little colder at times.  i am looking forward to snow whenever it decides to come.  thanks for all your advice and input. Smiley
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« Reply #18 on: November 17, 2006 09:21:42 AM »

welcome welcome!  snow usually rolls in around january and stays until march-early april.  damp, chilly, and dreary however start in october  Sad
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« Reply #19 on: November 18, 2006 06:27:09 AM »

hi there again!! it has been awhile.  WELL we are finally here.  we have been here for about 2 weeks.  We found a great location that is only 5 minutes from easton and about 15 minutes from downtown.  i am close to all the shopping i need, school, and work.  so far i really like columbus, but it is a little colder at times.  i am looking forward to snow whenever it decides to come.  thanks for all your advice and input. Smiley

ahh!  don't push the snow!  i hate snow! lol...  Grin welcome to Ohio!  i hope you have a great time tonight, because i know i will--rooting on the buckeyes in the battle of the YEAR! woo hoo!
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« Reply #20 on: November 24, 2006 11:01:15 AM »

I hope things are going well for you.  I moved from Columbus in August, after living there ten years.  As you can see, I still poke around Craftster's Ohio board when I get a little nostalgic. 

I'm going to put in a plug for Telhio Credit Union.  They took such great care of me, and they even made a stolen check problem into much less of a problem.  I couldn't say the same for 5/3 (run away from them!).  Through Telhio, you can use all the Key ATMs, and you can use other credit unions nationwide through their shared branch program.  I still have an account with them, even though I'm near DC now.  (I haven't heard of problems with either Key or Bank One/Chase, either.)

The Horseshoe on the OSU campus is definitely the big local landmark.  Don't expect much from "Mirror Lake"--I think you have to be a die-hard Buckeye and have memories of fun times on the OSU campus to appreciate it.  For the rest of us (like you, from Washington, and I, who grew up in lake-filled Michigan), it's pretty funny.  It's not a lake at all.  It's not even a pond.  It's a large fountain.  Cheesy

Definitely go on down to the Hocking Hills.  Also, Yellow Springs (to the west, between Dayton and Springfield, just south of 70 along Rte. 68) is a neat town.  A true hippie/bohemian type of town with bike trails and neat parks. 

Good luck at CCAD!
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« Reply #21 on: November 30, 2006 07:36:20 AM »

thanks so much.  well we like it here so far, but i want to see snow.  and it just so happened to snow a whole bunch back home over this week.  it has been all over the news.  it is the worst snow storm washington has had in a long time.  when i lived there my entire life we were lucky to get 1-2 inches and that was only for one day out of the year.  in addition it would melt half way through the day.  i can;t believe it!  i know it will snow here, that is what everyone says.  i just cant wait!!!

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« Reply #22 on: December 03, 2006 08:26:38 PM »

thanks so much.  well we like it here so far, but i want to see snow.  and it just so happened to snow a whole bunch back home over this week.  it has been all over the news.  it is the worst snow storm washington has had in a long time.  when i lived there my entire life we were lucky to get 1-2 inches and that was only for one day out of the year.  in addition it would melt half way through the day.  i can;t believe it!  i know it will snow here, that is what everyone says.  i just cant wait!!!



This doesn't have much to do with the thread's original topic, but I thought your situation was so weirdly similar to mine that I just had to comment.  Quite a while back I moved from Seattle to the NE and now to CCAD in Columbus.  We rarely got any snow in Seattle and talking to my old friends is making me quite bitter about the fact that they have bushels to enjoy and/or hate.  All we get here in Columbus is freezing rain and crazy wind.   Angry  Gah, I want some snow!
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« Reply #23 on: December 03, 2006 08:58:09 PM »

Hey Shorty welcome to the Cbus!

I moved here for school 5 years ago (I go to OSU, I am also an art student! yay!) and it's been allright. As I'm sure you're figuring out Columbus is more of a network of smaller cities and suburbs than a downtown area. The weather this time of year is NASTY, although the rest of the year is fine.

I am also a a nature nut and left the hills and scenery of southern ohio for the kansas-like flats of Columbus. I now work for the park system here.

My advice, if it's of any use, is to check out the great metro parks around here (Blendon Woods, etc.) Darby Creek (scenic river) is supposed to be wonderful, although I have not been. Hocking Hills is fantastic by its own right any time of year. It's a bit of a drive but still less than an hour from Columbus. You'd never think you were in the same state... The Dawes Arboretum is also nice, it's about 30-40 minutes away. I go there all the time to escape the urban drudgery.

Easton is a nice mall, isn't it? Too expensive for me but I still like to go walk around and steal ideas from Anthropologie. ;-)

If you are looking for craftyness you could come hang with me and some other crafty ladies at our "knitting" club (although half of us don't knit, but we all craft!).

Hope Columbus is treating you allright. Feel totally free to PM me or post here (of course!) if you have questions about Columbus or what not!

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« Reply #24 on: December 10, 2006 09:36:13 PM »

hey awesome you guys!  you really feel like you are the only one who is doing this when you are, and everyone looks at you like either it doesnt matter or you are crazy.

that is so cool that you guys moved here from far too.  i am definitely going to check out hocking hills, that has been the number one suggested place.  i will try to check the others too.  but we wont do much till spring.  winter doesnt allow for alot of outdoors, here. 

easton totally blew me away.  except i cant afford a dam thing there.  so i do browse for ideas and wishes. 

but rachofthejungle:where does this group meet, when, and what type of crafts?Huh  i am not doing much right now because of work, housewiving, and getting stuff together for school.  But i would really like to hang out with something other than my tv and computer.  i havent met anyone really yet.  what is your specific art major? 

to facelikeallama:  how long have you been here?  what are you going for at ccad?  are you here by yourself?  that is so nice to talk to someone who can remember mt rainier in person, the alpine lakes, or ocean shores, or any of the landscapes of the seattle area.  The RAIN is not so bad! 

thanks you guys, hope to hear from you soon.
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« Reply #25 on: December 12, 2006 07:04:34 PM »

I've only been here for a few months, I'm a freshman living in the Schottenstein dorms.  My tentative major is illustration, but that's probably going to change.   Tongue  I miss Seattle so much!  I miss seeing Mt. Rainier in the foggy sky when I walked to the bus stop, Lake Tapp and the Puget sound... it's bizarre to admit it, but I even miss the weather!
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« Reply #26 on: December 12, 2006 11:03:32 PM »

did you live in the lake tapps area?  i grew up less than 5 minutes from there? wonder if we went to the same school?  crazy!! 
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« Reply #27 on: December 13, 2006 12:43:41 PM »

I think it was a 10 or 15 minute drive to Lake Tapp for us... I lived in Sumner
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« Reply #28 on: June 02, 2007 09:31:20 AM »

I used to live in Seattle, too!  I went there for college, met my hubby there, then moved to Columbus (where he's from) cos he got an awesome scholarship to CCAD.  I really miss Seattle...and I really miss the public transportation!  I hate needing a car.

We live in Grandview now, but we're looking to move to Clintonville or the Short North.
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