Most of my city friends thought that Vermont was the perfect place for me to live. Some, however, would simply say "What are you going to do UP THERE?
" I can understand their confusion. Why would I want to leave a city of 10 million people to move to a town of 2,700. Afterall, the stimulation the city can provide is endless. But this morning I stopped at the Post Office on my way to work. There was a man curiously walking around my car. In NYC a big flag would go up but not here. He knew the previous owner and told me about how much the car was cared for. The man, as I discovered through the course of conversation, is a local cattle auctioneer. So, what am I going to do UP HERE?
Hopefully, there will be an aution soon. I'm quite sure you can't do that in the city!