What do you consider "the middle of no where"? (to live, Whole Foods)
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So I was wondering what you guys think is rual? I consider rual being on the sideway of the highway and the nearest town is 60 miles away with a gas station being the only place within miles. Some people might consider a town with less than 50,000, complete isolation. Do you live in rual areas? If so, and you have kids, how do they respond when going to larger cities? I used to live on a reservation and most of the youth would always say "I can't wait to get outta here!"...I'm glad I did
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Once, when driving to Arizona, we went through Kansas. I remember seeing vast, flat land, as far as the eye could see. Way in the distance there was a white farm house- the only sign of humans. That is what I consider the middle of nowhere.
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