A few weekends ago, we were at Frazier Farms, a local grocery store, and ran into a lady and her husband who we saw at a local brewery listening to music. Then, last weekend we were waiting in line for the train and B started up a conversation with someone behind us and almost instantly, they said, "We sat behind you all at dinner a couple of nights ago."
I looked at my husband once we sat on the train and said, "Oceanside is starting to feel like a small town." Oceanside is NOT a small town, and it's probably because we rarely go outside of a 6 mile radius from home (Have you seen the traffic in California?), but I like that we've created that for our world.
Recently Country Living posted their 50 Best Small Towns and of the 50 I've been to 4 which I thought was pretty neat!
Beaufort, South Carolina
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee
I've never met a small town I didn't like, the community, the charm, the peacefulness, I love all that they offer.
Here are a few others I've been to and fallen in love with through the years...
Here are a few I want to visit...
Eureka Spring, Arkansas
Edenton, North Carolina