Now I entirely understand this is a 100% biased question and I completely understand the consequences of such a question... lol So I live in Nebraska. I am bored of Nebraska. Midwest just isn't for me. Everything is so far apart, people just drive everywhere and there's absolutely ZERO chance for random encounters or good street photo opportunities. Theres an art community, but there might as well not be for the amount of events they don't organize. That, and I love water and all we have is the "Muddy Missouri" which is probably the worst river ever. I've been for a long time considering an emigration to be a Canadian, but thats VERY expensive. So I've concluded although regrettably (whole other political conversation we needn't get into) to stay in good ol' US of A. Though I have NO idea where to start looking for a new place. Every website of the "best small towns in america" lists completely different places. So if anyone lives near either the pacific or atlantic, in a small-ish town (sub 50,000) and has good things to say about where they live, I'd certainly love to hear those recommendations. Otherwise if there's a resource I've over looked for a listing of decently liberal minded towns with strong art communities, I'd love to know about that particular list as well lol
Just kinda feel stuck here in lame old Nebraska where the sterotypes of only having cows and corn are not that far off. The only adventure to be found is for those that enjoy a good romp through a corn field. I'd just get in the car and go find a place if only I had more little green rectangles stuffing my pockets to trade for things like food and gas.
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