A lot of the time when I’m looking for material for the blog, I just thrash around on Google until I find something new. Today, it’s not particularly exciting, but it does get at sort of an interesting question for me.
Obviously I’m interested in community character, or I wouldn’t be doing this. How large or small does a community have to be to have a character?
This little sales pitch for a home in Winding Trail Village makes it sound like it’s a community of scientists. Ha! How cool would that be? I like to take it a step further and just imagine all of the scientists showing up in labcoats and Priuses all at the same time, watches synchronized to the atomic clock…
Many of the neighbors in this community are scientists and engineers who work at NCAR. Working at NCAR and living in Winding Trail Village is a perfect match because you can walk to work. There is also a planned light rail station nearby.
(By the way, the post is about a year old.)
What would you say, in the broadest of strokes, is the character of your immediate block or complex or subdvision?