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Yeah farin, our ideas of rural are very different... when I go rural, I'm fishin, looking at cattle and holding my nose as we pass the hog farms... :crazy: Not true really...I love the "rural smell".....

We have cattle and hog farms as well, although not as big ones ;). And since there are hundreds of lakes around, fishing is no problem either.

I thought more along the lines of isolation. Mecklenburg is the least populated part of Germany, but e.g. there's no way to drive 5 to 10 minutes without coming to some small village or other. When I think of rural America I imagine driving for almost days without meeting anyone... :)

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hey CeeCee - got room for a guest?? I've been to Virginia, Mississippi and South Carolina, and I love love love the historical stuff there. I could explore all day... sounds like your town is the sort of town I'd get lost in. I'll get my plane ticket and show up on your doorstep.

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As long as you don't mind the couch....

If you like that stuff (and I do), it's a great place to live. Full of tourists, bicycles, motorcycles and classic cars cruising around. People with cameras everywhere. Course there's a restaurant, or bar alternating with the homes on display and antique shops. Dammit! :grin:

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