Saturday, February 24, 2007

That does it!


I guess the next move will be to #$@^&?^!!!*&%$#^!? Butte, Montana!

There's some truly wonderful things about living rural: spacious countryside, peace and quiet, natural surroundings right outside your door, lots of free parking, little road traffic, no crowds....
spacious countryside, peace and quiet, natural surroundings right outside your door, lots of free parking, little road traffic, no crowds....
(Oooooh, am I already repeating myself?)

Anyways.
Butte might be as good as it gets as far as small rural towns (in the U.S.A.) + recognition of local Chinese history + the celebration of Chinese New Year.

Hmmmmm....Montana.....Big Sky Country.....mebbe get a thousand acres with a little (or little bit bigger) log cabin on it....
Ah - to be able to step out of my humble rural abode and into town every year at this time - to see a FESTIVE CNY PARADE.

Even if it does take standing in the DAMNDEST FREEZING COLD to witness it.

1 comment:

justducky said...

ooooooooooh, toooooooo cold!
Wouldn't Hawaii be better, even if it was just a shack near the beach?
Michigan has lots of lakefront property.
Florida may have hurricanes, but the weather is lovely.
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