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#1 of 3 Old 01-28-2010, 11:06 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Rural? Country? Suburban? Natural Parenting Community?
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It ranges from semi-urban to suburban to rural. In general, as you go from Lower Bucks County (like the towns of Bensalem, Bristol, Langhorne which are near Philly) toward Upper Bucks County (along the Delaware River going further from Philly like the town of Upper Black Eddy), it gets more rural. In between are the suburban towns like Feasterville, Newtown) Not sure about the NPC there though I'm sure it must exist. There are quite a few farms in the central and upper Bucks area as well as a Waldorf school.

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We're in Upper Bucks, semi-rural/small town, lots of farms within 10-15 minutes. NPC - here and there, we're around if you look, but you do have to look. Population density being down, you have to search for anything around here
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