Are you a townie or a countryside person?

  johndere 18:45 26 Aug 2006
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Must admit a countryside person with a bit of townie in me. Much prefer the wilds of Exmoor to the cluttered towns.

  freaky 18:51 26 Aug 2006

Ideally would prefer to live in a rural area with quick access to a town, and within walking distance to a good pub!

  wolfie3000 18:54 26 Aug 2006

I live in the country but want to live in a big city live london.

  spuds 19:00 26 Aug 2006

Give me the Yorkshire Dales, Brecon Beacons and the Peak District in the 'fine' seasons, when access is possible. But put me down as a 'townie' when things get to bleak.

What sort of person would you title class, who lives and enjoys coastal regions!.

I'd like to live within sound and sight of the sea, devon for preferance.

  rdave13 19:32 26 Aug 2006

I'm a countryside person living about 14 miles from a three mile beach. So you could class me as a coastal bumpkin. :)

  ulrich 19:48 26 Aug 2006

I love the countryside.

  Arthur Scrimshaw 19:49 26 Aug 2006

or a lucky bugger!

  rsinbad 20:15 26 Aug 2006

Countyside person for sure wouldn't have it any other way.

Living on a boat i can change my location ;but it woudn't be a town, i like my freedom.

  TonyV 20:17 26 Aug 2006

I must be classed as a countryside person now. We have just moved to Minehead and are ten minutes from Exmoor and literally two seconds from the sea! It doesn't get any better!

  Altruist 20:52 26 Aug 2006

every time, bleak weather or not.

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