Where I’m not supposed to move to

For the hell of it I answered the Find Your Spot quiz with exactly the opposite answers than how I would normally answer. So according to them, my top list of places I shouldn’t move to are (keeping the website’s town description intact this time):

  1. Round Top, Texas – Tiny Art Town In Texas’ Hill Country
  2. Lake Havasu City, Arizonas – Arizona’s West Coast
  3. Conroe, Texas – Big Lake Country
  4. Clarksdale, Mississippi – We’ve Got the Blues
  5. Crystal River, Florida – Manatee Haven
  6. Hopkinsville, Kentucky – Friendliest Place in Kentucky
  7. Fredericksburg, Texas – City of Steeples
  8. Kerrville, Texas – Hill Country Shangri-la
  9. St. Marys, Georgia – Georgia’s Oldest City
  10. Eufaula, Alabama – The Bluff City
  11. Green Valley, Arizona – Sunshine Paradise
  12. Bisbee, Arizona – The Copper Queen
  13. Marble Falls, Texas – Hub of the Highland Lakes
  14. Port Aransas, Texas – Always in Season
  15. New Smyrna Beach, Florida – Orlando’s Beach
  16. St Augustine, Florida – America’s First City
  17. Brunswick, Georgia – Georgia’s Art Capital
  18. Alexander City, Alabama – The South’s Best-Kept Secret
  19. Wimberley, Texas – A Taste of Texas Hill Country
  20. San Marcos, Texas – Hill Country Jewel
  21. Ormond Beach, Florida – The Secret Beach
  22. Deland, Florida – The Athens of Florida
  23. Guntersville, Alabama – A Lakeside Haven
  24. Paris, Tennessee – A Hidden Lakeshore Treasure

This list reads like a season’s worth of City Confidential episodes. I have to go to Round Top, Texas now, if only to eat at Royers Round Top Cafe where they promise:

Very soon you will be able to sit on the Cafe’s front porch and connect for WI-FI is coming! Yes, we will be the only “wireless hot” spot in Round Top! We’re bringing Austin to Round Top!!!

Slice of pecan pie, top off the gas tank, and get away as fast as possible.

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