Do you live in a big city, small town, suburbs, country or wilderness?
Where would you rather live?
Bless you for asking! I live in a small town. Every day I wish some magical moving van would whisk us away. Anywhere but here! Seriously, I would love to find an old hotel that I can fix up. I would create a doggy hotel out of it with a grooming parlor, exercise place, the works. That's what I would love to do. Probably will never happen so I'll just keep dreaming. Out West, but perhaps down South if there were not tornadoes, fire ants, flying cockroaches. I'm spoiled where I live except for hurricanes, feet of snow at times and icing events.
I live in Olympia, Washington, population 48,000. I lived in a small Vermont town for two years and a smaller Alaskan village for a year. I must prefer small towns, and in two years we are moving to the country and buying a farm. I need space!
We live in a small city, surrounded by State wilderness land. Perfect
I live in the rural area of a small town. We have a mix of everything. From the mansions on the hill to the cow pastures and several farms. We also have a very dependable rooster that lives down the road. Horses, cows, chickens, etc. are all around our area.
There is no place like home.
We don't live anywhere now as we are traveling permanently9 With 4 wh drive-caravan in Australia ) and right now we are in Banff Canada ! We worked & saved to travel overseas ! One of our highlights has been a cruise to Alaska .Tomorrow we are heading to Prince Rupert for a few days .
I live in a close-in suburb of Chicago, it looks and acts like a small town but is in the heart of everything and with easy train access as well. I grew-up in a small town in Wisconsin, have lived in Milwaukee (in the city) and Chicago (in the city) - in both cases, in city neighborhoods for the most part. Wherever I live, I like being in a walkable place (sidewalks, parks, shops nearby). No "cul-de-sac/have to drive everywhere" living for me.
by Paula 3 years ago
In What environment do You prefer to live? City, Suburbs, Rural or Otherwise? Explain a bit.Are you currently living in your ideal/preferred location?
by muslima61 7 years ago
I'm a country girl now living in a big city and can't wait to get back.I miss the fields the trees my garden in fact everything about the countryside.I have a back yard at the moment and am trying to fill it with everything possible that grows, it will end up looking like a jungle, if possible. Are...
by Nomascus concolor 22 months ago
Would you rather raise kids at the countryside, in a town or a big city?
by momster 3 years ago
Would you prefer to live in the city (town) or live in the country? Why?
by Abhaque Supanjang 7 years ago
Which place do you like to live in better; a village or big city ?If you may choose, where do you want to live ? In a village, in where there are not so many people who live in OR in a big city where the crowd can be found every where ?
by Shil1978 8 years ago
What is it like to live in a small town?
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