Let Me Ask You A Question – 1/29/17

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Let me ask you a question:

What is your city or town like?  

(Leave everyone a link to info about where you live if you’d like)  

29 thoughts on “Let Me Ask You A Question – 1/29/17

  1. The town I currently live nearest to is very small, roughly 1200 residents, and primarily agricultural in nature. My town, that is claim as my hometown, and where I still work, party, attend concerts and have friends, is Louisville. Most know us for horses, bourbon, and basketball, but this is s find city for many other reasons. And it’s a great place to live. Check it out here:

    https://www.gotolouisville.com/things-to-do/

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  2. My hometown is an ancient site, and it was an important city in Mexico during the time of the Aztec Empire. It’s not far from Mexico City. In fact, it’s a part of the metro area, but it still has plenty of charm and historical sites you can visit. Here’s the post I wrote about my little hometown in Mexico- wp.me/p6Am9U-59

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  3. My city is FULL of diversity. It’s a non-negotiable. You will see the LGBT community, you will see racial minorities, you will see disabled folks, you will see people from every walk of life. And I love it for that.

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  4. My hometown is small but growing at 61,000 people. It was a lumber town and agricultural. The last lumber mill shut down when I was in high school, but we’ve since moved on to industrial. I’ve lived in all my life and still remember seeing huge redwoods trees being brought into town still dripping with moisture and with moss attached to the bark.

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  5. My town is part of the last frontier, in the sub Arctic of Alaska, a small city in the middle of the wilderness.We have two military instalations. People come from all over the world to come to experience the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) during the winter. the Intenational Ice Art Competition. Snow stays on the ground about 7 months. Ice hockey is big sport along with curling, skiing, dog mushing including a 1000 mile international race called the Yukon Quest and music, drama and the arts. In the summer we enjoy the midnight sun and warmth with beautiful flowers, water sports and enjoying the great outdoors. The people are friendly and have big hearts. It is called the Golden Heart City. https://pureglory.net

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  6. It’s almost like a small country. Jacksonville, FL is the 2nd largest city in the world in terms of square mileage. Our population of 1 million is spread out and diverse. There are people on the west side that haven’t seen the ocean in 20 years even though it’s a 45 minute drive. They speak with a southern drawl so thick it oozes sweet tea. Then there is everyone else from everywhere speaking every language. It’s a diverse city that still wants to be rooted in 1950s southern culture, and not in the good ways.

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