Ideal Place to Live

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When it comes to thinking of the ideal place to live two things come to mind. The big bustling city or a small quiet town. My choice would be the small town for several reasons. One it’s quiet. There are not a lot of people which can help cut down on crime and violence. Third there are a lot of different sights and sounds that you don’t get to see nor hear in a big city. Last but not least you normally have a better school system in small towns.

The Quietness you get in a small town compared to a big city is like none other. You don’t here sirens blaring all hours of the night. You don’t hear loud obnoxious individuals walking up and down the street causing all sorts of havoc. You also don’t get an abundance of those so called tuner cars flying down your street. Instead you get a peaceful place to come home to and relax without a whole bunch of extra worries after a long day.

Population in the big city can be overwhelming to some individuals. That’s why I would choose the small town. Where there are not as many people depending on where you live at in the small town you choose. On some occasions the town in is small enough that you can get to know your neighbors and surroundings very well. That can help you notice if something is not right or out of the norms. Unlike that of a big city where your surroundings are constantly changing.

Sights and sounds of the small town are like those of a fairy tale if you’ve lived in a big city your whole life. You can actually lay out at night look at the stars. Listen to the stream run pass your house. Watch an owl fly thru the air looking for prey. On bright moonlit winter night you could even catch a herd of deer walking thru your yard. In the big city you rarely ever have that kind of opportunity to see those things. With all noise and the bright lights

Normally in small towns you have very good educational systems. Unlike in big cities your teachers and staff have to mainly worry about keeping the kids under...
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