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Where do you feel like you truly belong? On the road? At the water’s edge? In the heart of town? Someplace you never imagined you’d stick around? What is it you love about your neighborhood, your city, your home or your landscape? What made you decide to work or play where you do? What makes someplace home? What makes you stay?

Neighborhood Nomads regularly features conversations with nomads in hopes of learning more about the power of place. Fill out the form below to participate. I look forward to sharing your stories in celebration of places we belong.

Best,
Kate

MEET FELLOW NOMADS…

 

 

 

 

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