20 Questions

20 Questions

What makes your hometown special?

 

“Since it is such a small town it feels like everyone genuinely cares about you.””
– Jessica, 21, Bedford,  Indiana

“I was born and raised in Miami, Florida. It’s a unique and special American city due to its mix of Latin American, Caribbean, and Southern U.S. cultures. Miami’s location and climate allows the weird and bizarre to creep out of the human psyche.”
– Jason, 43, Georgia

“My hometown will always be Durango, Colorado, where I grew up.  Durango is a very small, old western town in the southwest corner of Colorado.  We’re known for having one of the last working narrow gauge railroad trains left in the United States.  It’s a tourist town with lots to do… white water rafting, hiking, fishing, biking, skiing, and sight seeing.”  – Heather, 31, Colorado

“There are a lot of cool things to do in St. Louis. In the summer, we have free concerts and a lot of free events. We have a museum called the City Museum that is made out of art supplies. We also have a free zoo!”  – Sophie, 18, Missouri

“It has the perfect combination of outdoor activities and city life. It also has a great blend of people that have moved to it, as well as locals that make communities thrive.” – Rory, 21, Tennessee

Mottos

What is your favorite motto?

What is your favorite motto?