There are so many things to recommend to anyone who is looking to live in the country. We have recently moved to a wonderful community in Ontario’s Highlands East. We’ve been there almost a year, and have not even scratched the surface of the beauty in the area. I finally got my white picket fence. With it, a rather large learning curve about living in the country. It is hard to fathom that I was brought up in the country, and now that I am back there are things I need to learn.
I am learning again about living in a rural community, and I am loving it. Some might think I’m a crazy old lady, but what do they know? To me, this is perfect. Almost.
Small communities often mean small business opportunities. At least as far as working for someone else. However, this particular community is BIG on supporting the artists in the community, and is developing a cultural awareness that I am finding totally awesome.
Perhaps I’ve finally found my niche. I’m hoping so!