Monday, 13 June 2016

A new house

14th June 2916
While we were in the countryside I have come across a new house which is built in the field, it is about 700 metres from road and 2 km to the nearest shop but  next to the nature, it is very strange for me as a city resident because I live in the very crowded city. I can't imagine living in darkness in long evenings in autumn and winter there are no lights there only wildlife.




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12 comments:

  1. I would prefer the city too!

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  2. It would be difficult to get accustomed to the darkness and solitude!

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    1. i think it is possible but it would take me a long time

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  3. I would love to live there.
    Give me the country (rural) life anyday
    over the stench and pollution of cities
    and the people who live there and exist
    in their own little domain. Most don't
    have one iota of good manners in their bodies.
    Walk and talk into Mobile phones - even today I
    saw one looney walk straight onto a busy road,
    didn't note the lights giving the traffic the right
    of way and where was he looking - RIGHT AT HIS BLOODY
    MOBILE PHONE! Idiot, I wish he would have been hit.
    Colin

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    1. Colin I think your point of view is very interesting. You are right living in the big city is not paradise and behaviour of some people is awful the same here

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  4. I could live there...I expect they have type of light in the evenings and early mornings.

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    1. Margaret elecricity and internet is accesible hee

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  5. I used to love the countryside. But after staying in the city for so many years, I think I would find it difficult to adjust to the countryside without electricity and wifi.

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    1. Nancy in my place all country is covered witth eletricity and the net

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  6. Not for me either. But so many people love this.

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  7. I live in a more rural area but I could definitely see myself living off the beaten track away from all the hustle and bustle of city life. The further away from society the better for me! As long as I still have broadband of course! I can survive without human interaction, but without the internet? That's crazy!

    Doyle Hunt @ Real East Van

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