I don't know it's particulary unique, but it's different than from where I grew up in TN. Here (TX) most of the backyards have a high wooden privacy fence. There is also a dirt road that runs between the backyards (where dumpsters are located). The postal workers also walk to deliver the mail instead of driving their vehicles and stopping at each house (they park at a corner on a block, deliver and then circle back around and drive another block), which I guess is probably becoming more normal in areas, but it wasn't in TN (no idea if it's changed or not). Mailboxes are also located right at the houses instead of at the end of the yard/driveway (except in a few neighborhoods around here). It's that way in a least two TX towns that I know of. I am curious if it's that way in other areas of TX.
So what is unique? Do you have a special food that's just from your area, or a school, or restaurant (we have The Big Texan), etc.,?
Moose in my back yard. That's pretty unique
Answer by Roadfamily6now at 4:15 PM on Sep. 20, 2010
I'm in Texas too. Some of the newer neighborhoods here have paved back alleys, but most are still unpaved. Our mail carrier walks, our mailbox is on our house, and we do have privacy fencing around the back yard. I can't think of any super unique restaurants, but we do have Texas Tech.
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I live just steps away from a secluded beach on the central CA coast. My neighborhood is filled with tall Redwood and Eucalyptus trees. It's a relaxing and beautiful place to live!
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