That's what I prefer. Having lots of people around really bothers me, and I like to have lots of space. Washington looks gorgeous, I want to see it one day, for sure. And the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, too. There's so much out west to see. There are pines here, though probably not nearly as many as out west. There are more pines up the mountain, but here in the valley area, the woods are more filled with trees that shed their leaves in the fall, which is a real pain to clean up. I'd show you a picture of the woods out back, but it's dark now. Pic related is taken from Mount Mitchell State Park, the highest point in the east, which is just a few miles drive up the mountain for me. It's really serene, and nothing calms me more than the cool air up there. My family had been the official caretakers of the mountain since until the National Park system, and they've been here at least since the 1760s, so I have a bit of an emotional attachment, as well.
Didn't mean to write that much, damn.
That's true, and I appreciate that. I have a tendency to get overly concerned, I guess. It's true that these archives come and go. Ah, well. I hope you're able to keep it up for a long while, though. It's a fun place.
Right, I understand. Was just a bit concerned