Our town is interesting...
it's filled with old stone and brick houses.
It has remnants of its fishing days, which sadly have disappear ( perhaps overfishing?)
It has a film club that meets every so often, and I'll be joining it!
It's the best place ever for people who enjoy walking and cycling.
It's very mystical, with fog frequently blurring one's view of the other side of the firth.
Almost every house has a name ( White House, Bank House, Burns Side, etc)
( our house doesn't have a name btw)
It's frequently empty, at least in the winter.
We have 2 restaurants and one pub, as well as a small cafe in a used book store.
We have an INCREDIBLE bakery, and an old library.
There are two churches. :)
We have two homeschooling families here, us being one of them. Because we're a minority we get asked
'the question' alot
( 'WELL HOW WILL SHE BE SOCIALIZED??)
But apart from that, this town is lovely, open minded and friendly
and not too in your business.
It's close to the city, it isn't too far from where the homeschool meetup is.
Rent here is however quite expensive, but not compared to LA or London.
Just more expensive than other towns.
I believe it's because the buildings are historic, full of character and built to last!!
It's a wonderful place to be, and we're glad we're here!