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Broadway is a small town that lets you live large. The town is quaint and old; the parks are lovely; the mountains are breathtaking. The people - well, you won't forget them. I remember going to the library and checking out a book; but rather than getting rushed through checkout, I spent the next thirty minutes discussing college options and getting some sound advice from the librarian, a sweet lady who could have been my grandmother. I worked in town, sometimes at the weekly farmers' market, and now everywhere I go I will see people that I know - and that know me. It's the epitome of a small town, and while I also love the faster pace of big cities, it's a place that is easy to call home.
I have lived in Broadway for roughly a decade now and I have loved the atmosphere this town produces. The people are kind-hearted souls who want to help their neighbors and will do with little to no delay. It truly is Smalltown, U.S.A. and I could not ask for a better place to live.
I love Broadway. It is quaint, peaceful, and people care for one another. Overall, it is a wonderful place to live and I hope to retire there someday.