Monkey's Eyebrow, KY.
Between Paducah and Possom Trot (seriously). Or Paducah and Cape Girardeau, MO.
If ya want a big city feel in a smaller city, and one that is beautiful, move to Lexington.
It only feels like a big city because there is so much to do. there are places that are hiring around Lexington. My son, along with his wife and kids live there. I have a niece, plus her husband and kids, living there. I also have a nephew living there. They went off to school at UK and liked the area so much, they stayed there after graduating. Lexmark (the printer people) are downsizing right now, but are planning on heading off in another direction that will require twice as many employees. Toyota is putting on a large addition right up the road from Lexington in Georgetown. They will be hiring about 300 more.
Anywhere that isn't the south.
My back yard. Me and mine are good folk, and given its semi neglected look, not much human traffic from us. Reasonable rates, Tent provided at additional cost or just bring your own
It's negotiable, depending on do you want it mowed first, picked up, checked for Scorpions/Rattlesnakes, etc, or if you want to do so as needed. I'm willing to work with you.
Arizona, and if that's the case, the least I can do is provide cooking/eating utensils as part of the rental package. It seems only right.
Do I have to touch it or catch it?
Sweet! I'm there and will even bring Macaroni salad
What can I say? I am the Host with the Most. :)
A place I have been to which was beautiful and the people were down to earth was West Virginia.
its called Canada...........................................xx
oh yes, depending where you choose
Not many when you say small town, low population, doesn't allow for much job market, mostly a rural farm town. Greenville, TX would be the closest you might find some kind of work in, or Commerce , TX Both nice places, nice folks for the most part.
University in Commerce, and E-Systems in Greenville.
Berea Kentucky. Super small town. :) that's where I grew up. It's perfect.
I don't know
why only the usa?
depends for what
With each states there are towns, the smallest population I've heard was of 30 people. It's all about how in depth your research is.