The six best ways to bring country life to the cityThe debate over which way of life is better—the country or the city—has been raging for thousands of years. There may actually be no winner because, let's face it, humans are complex creatures whose preference and tolerance levels for both interaction and stimulus differ as much as our fingerprints do. But we also love to argue, so there's no chance this will really ever get settled. Outside the primary debate, there are things these two lifestyles can teach each other, as well as aspects from one that can be adapted to fit the other. Urban living may have given the rural life indoor plumbing and pizza delivery, but the sticks have plenty to offer city slickers. Here's our top six ways country living can make city life better. By Jeff Beer.
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