Originally Posted by 86Scotty
Why would anyone think DE is putting people down just because he doesn't agree with them on where they choose to live? The more people I meet the more I like my dog. I would most definitely prefer to live somewhere less populated.
Anyone who woke up today and can't see there are just too freakin' many of us isn't looking very hard or very clearly. I love people, one at a time.
Not putting anyone, or where they live, down. All I was saying is that I didn't understand how anyone could live in a crowded city - and I also said we're all different. So some people may enjoy crowded conditions.
This all has to do with the OP's first post. He didn't leave the city where he lives and drive to another city for some relief. No! He went out into the desert where he could get away from the crowds and get some peace and quiet. The rest of us on this forum didn't buy our camper vans so we could use them in the cities. We all seek remote locations so we can decompress.
So some folks can tolerate living in the city but need to get out to a remote location occasionally. Me, I found out long ago that for both my mental and physical health, I need to live in the outback all the time. When Henry David Thoreau said "In Wildness is the Preservation of the World" he was speaking directly to me.