your hometown - Page 3




 
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Boots
 
June 6th, 2004  
Darkmb101
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by FutureRANGER
wow... 60 people. Where I live there are 3,000,000.
The state of California is really messed up. 60 ppl up north and 3,000,000 down south and the numbers just keep growing down here. The houses cost way to much in my city...a nice 4 bedroom house costs nearly to over a million bucks.
June 6th, 2004  
LJFro7
 
well im from boston, the heart of red sox nation. we have our own evil empire to fight against up here...
June 7th, 2004  
Tessa
 
 
My hometown? Oh, man.. You all will laugh about it. Well, since I live in Sweden we use ÅÄÖ in our letters. So the name of my town is named Fotskäl and is a tiiiiiiiiiiiiiny little one.

We don't even have a gas station and we only have a small shop where to buy food and stuff. If you want to buy other food somewhere else it's almost ½-1 hour drive from there. Doesn't sound much of a distance, but if you saw it you would know.

How many people lives there then? Hmm.. Let me check on the internet..

*Goes looking*

Ok, Now don't pee in you pants of laughter or something. But the little town is populate with 196 people living their.

When I lived there we had cattle as well. Don't know what type of cattle though, but know they were tame as hell and they was calm when we rode on them as kids. Fun times there was..

We had actually all kinds of animals.. Chickens, Cats, Dogs, Birds, Parrots, Fishes, Guinea Pigs, Rabbits, Pigs, A goat´.. Err.. And problaby some wild animals between all that.

Anyways, Fotskäl is famour for it's icehockey place. Well, you know, the place where they fill the floorwith ice and such. Doesn't know the english word and I can't find it in the dictionary.

So yeah, the boring place on earth. Though I love to have grown up on a deserted place like that.

I have moved from the place, but not so far away from it. I live in Kinna now, maybe 45 minutes away from there.

I think that covers almost everything up. Lol
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Boots
June 7th, 2004  
bush musketeer
 
 

Topic: home town


my home is yancannia station near a little mining place called white cliffs. its roughly about 1000+kms from sydney in nsw. Opal mining and the occasional tourist is still the main income of a lot of ppl in the town. had to move to make schooling easier. but i still like going there from time to time

and no we didn't ride kangaroos, couldn't get the saddles to fit hehe
one of the best things about being out there was all the animals that you could see such as goannas, eagles and emus (yummy eggs).

worst thing about being there was having to drive long distances to get to the nearest town, the bigest was broken hill which was a few hours away.

when we left there went to live on a sheep station near a place called Narrandera. which was a lot closer to civilisation
June 7th, 2004  
Italian Guy
 
 
I was born in S.Giusta , small town ( 5,000 people ) on the western coast of Italian island of Sardinia. Our famous church dates back to the year 1100 AD and some people still live from fishing activities on the lagoon.
The majority of them have never left the area. Its quite a friendly place where people tend to be simple, talkative, and a little bit ( very ) backward.
Its a strong-values-town, where the elsewhere strong leftist parties never really hit it: centerright parties usually get 60 % of the votes and left winging ones around 30% ( we have some independent parties ).
My dad is deputy mayor and his best friend is the mayor.
I'll show you some pics of the beaches:

http://www.sardiniapoint.it/6313.html
http://www.oristanoedintorni.it/Mare.htm

And this is the church and our historical regatta

http://www.parchidellasardegna.com/fassoi02.htm
June 7th, 2004  
Marksman
 
 
Quote:
I was born in S.Giusta , small town ( 5,000 people ) on the western coast of Italian island of Sardinia. Our famous church dates back to the year 1100 BC and some people still live from fishing activities on the lagoon.
The majority of them have never left the area. Its quite a friendly place where people tend to be simple, talkative, and a little bit ( very ) backward.
Its a strong-values-town, where the elsewhere strong leftist parties never really hit it: centerright parties usually get 60 % of the votes and left winging ones around 30% ( we have some independent parties ).
My dad is deputy mayor and his best friend is the mayor.
I'll show you some pics of the beaches:

http://www.oristanoedintorni.it/Mare.htm

And this is the church and our historical regatta

http://www.parchidellasardegna.com/fassoi02.htm
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June 7th, 2004  
Italian Guy
 
 
What do you mean Marksman?
June 7th, 2004  
Marksman
 
 
Da hell can i mean,its beautifull!!
June 7th, 2004  
Italian Guy
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Marksman
Da hell can i mean,its beautifull!!
Well beaches are actually gorgeous, I've grown up there and had crazy time with my buddies.
As for the rest, way too boring for me.
June 7th, 2004  
Tessa
 
 
!!!

I GOTTA GO THERE!!

Oh mama.. Sunbathing.. White beaches..

Maybe I should even move down there?

No.. Wait.. I am more into moving to South Carolina if so. 8)