The City From A Rural Perspective
Oh my goodness, that is definitely the tallest building I have ever seen. It's more than seven stories high, that's amazing; something I don't see often. There are these little glass shelters on every corner and randon people just stand inside, and the bus picks them up. This place has actual street signs that are not tagged up and every street has a name. There are working stop lights and I have never seen so much traffic. It took me an hour to drive two blocks. There is a train that runs through the streets and goes underneath the mall, talk about front door service. You don' t see the stars much here, too many lights. I wonder if there are some people who have lived here their whole life and have never seen the stars. I have yet to see a dirt road, or even gravel, only when they are doing construction. There are gas stations and Targets and every block, there are three gas stations and no Targets where I'm from.
Well I took a more humerous approach to the project and wrote mostly about things you wouldn't necessarily find in a rural area. There are no public buses in my town and we don't have a mall. There are no movie theatres, no McDonald, but we do have a Taco Johns and a Pizza Hut. You have to drive an hour and a half for the nearest mall and forty-minutes for the nearest movie theatre. I live on a reservation so we are mostly prairie and hills and do not have much entertainment wise, just school, sports and each other.