Is there a town or city that feels like "home" even though you've never lived there?
It doesn't feel like home unless I've lived there. Among many cities that I visited last summer, however, I can say that I could call Flagstaff, AZ home. That is, of course, if my children and grandchildren lived there.
Westerly, RI. Bethel, ME. Annapolis, MD.
Paris, Mizzoula, Kalispell, Sheridan, Trier. Lots of them. Almost anywhere I've gone back to many times and liked.
Bar Harbor, Maine. Unless "living" just outside of town for 3 months the summer I was 16 counts as living there. (It was a summer scientific research program). Much of the island & Acadia National Park has felt like home since then, especially after
about a dozen camping trips in the park many years later. I haven't been there for about 20 years now, though.
Susan, you and I have spoken about Maine before and I could live happily live there. Its a special place indeed.
Paris, New York, Atlanta, DC, San Francisco.
Santa Fe. Perfect.
San Sebastian, Spain.
Anybody been there?
Portland and Seattle
Scottsdale Arizona. My family is there.
Raleigh NC. I spend so much time there visiting anyway that I might as well call it home. My favorite people in the world live there as well, and that's enough to make it home on its own.
Roanoke, VA. I can't put my finger on it, but every time we go there, it just feels like "ahhh" in my heart.
That's how I feel about Maine.