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#1 OFFLINE   FedAgent


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Posted 28 April 2010 - 11:29 AM

I present the 100 best small-town slogans:
  • Gettysburg, South Dakota: Where the battle wasn’t
  • Hooker, Oklahoma: It’s a location, not a vocation
  • Linesville, Pennsylvania: Where the ducks walk on the fish
  • Jewell, Iowa: A gem in a friendly setting
  • Livonia, New York: Some bigger, none better
  • Peculiar, Missouri: Where the odds are with you
  • Spring Lake, Michigan: Where nature smiles for seven miles
  • Drumright, Oklahoma: Town of oil repute
  • Boswell, Indiana: Hub of the universe
  • Superior, Wisconsin: I’m a Superior lover
  • Forest Junction, Wisconsin: You can get there from here
  • Moscow, Maine: Best town by a dam site
  • Garden City, Missouri: A touch of heaven on Highway Seven
  • Eaton Rapids, Michigan: Welcome to the only Eaton Rapids on Earth
  • Union Springs, Alabama: Serendipity center of the South
  • Rockwell City, Iowa: The golden buckle on the Corn Belt
  • Apex, North Carolina: The peak of good living
  • Manhattan, Kansas: The Little Apple
  • Walla Walla, Washington: The city so nice they named it twice
  • Paradise, California: It’s all the name implies
  • Melbourne, Iowa: Right on top, not down under
  • San Andreas, California: It’s not our fault
  • Newton Falls, Ohio: The town with zip
  • Freeland, Pennsylvania: The most happening place on Earth
  • Gretna, Virginia: Ain’t no big thing, but we’re growing!
  • Hereford, Texas: Town without a toothache
  • Gas, Kansas: Don’t pass Gas, stop and enjoy it
  • Haleyville, Alabama: Home of 911
  • Littleton, New Hampshire: A notch above
  • Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin: Winner’s choice
  • Morrison, Colorado: The nearest faraway place
  • Wahoo, Nebraska: Home of the famous men
  • Leavenworth, Kansas: How about doin’ some ‘time’ in Leavenworth
  • Boardman, Oregon: On the river and on the way
  • Hico, Texas: Where everybody is somebody
  • Wakefield, Kansas: It’ll take you by surprise!
  • Beaver Dam, Wisconsin: Make yourself at home
  • Buckley, Washington: Below the snow, above the fog
  • Three Rivers, Texas: If you lived in Three Rivers, you’d be home
  • Bushnell, South Dakota: It’s not the end of the Earth,
    but you can see it from here
  • Swanton, Nebraska: Dear hearts and gentle people
  • Hampton, Virginia: First from the sea, first to the stars
  • Kanab, Utah: Little Hollywood
  • Shenandoah, Texas: More than just a song
  • Show Low, Arizona: Named for the turn of a card
  • Phoenix, Oregon: The other Phoenix
  • Mexia, Texas: A great place to live no matter how you say it
  • Blue Earth, Minnesota: Earth so rich, the city grows
  • Beaman, Iowa: You’re not dreamin’, you’re in Beaman
  • Beaver, Oklahoma: Cow chip capital
  • Andover, Kansas: Where the people are warm, even when the weather isn’t
  • Knox, Indiana: Where opportunity knocks
  • Eastland, Texas: Where the Wild meets the West
  • Delmar, Maryland: The little town too big for one state
  • Broadview Heights, Ohio: The highest of the heights
  • Algoma, Wisconsin: Warm welcomes, cool breezes and hot fishing
  • Glendive, Montana: Where the best begins
  • Britt, Iowa: Founded by rail, sustained by the plow
  • Lodi, California: Livable, lovable Lodi
  • Cherryfield, Maine: Blueberry Capital of the World
  • Happy, Texas: The town without a frown
  • Weed, California: Weed like to welcome you
  • Ormond Beach, Florida: The birthplace of speed
  • Lowry City, Missouri: Where the Ozarks meet the Plains
  • Glenpool, Oklahoma: The town that made Tulsa famous
  • Addison, Texas: Where Dallas goes for fun
  • Poniatowski, Wisconsin: Center of the northwestern world
  • Bangor, Michigan: Train City USA in the heart of Apple Country
  • Tombstone, Arizona: The town too tough to die
  • Claxton, Georgia: Fruitcake capital of the world
  • Hazel Green, Wisconsin: Point of beginning
  • Desert Hot Springs, California: Clearly above the rest
  • Dodge City, Kansas: The wickedest little city in America
  • St. George, Utah: Where the summer sun spends the winter
  • Eustis, Florida: The city of bright tomorrows
  • Lufkin, Texas: See the forest for the trees
  • Hurley, Wisconsin: Where 51 ends, family fun begins
  • Cairo, Illinois: Where northern enterprise meets southern hospitality
  • Anita, Iowa: A whale of a town
  • Harrison, Michigan: Twenty lakes in twenty minutes
  • Janesville, Wisconsin: Wisconsin’s Park Place
  • Riverside, Iowa: Where the Trek begins
  • Coachella, California: City of eternal sunshine
  • Hyder, Alaska: Friendliest ghost town in Alaska
  • Junction, Texas: Land of living waters
  • Ashland, Wisconsin: Ashland tops Wisconsin
  • Bluffton, South Carolina: A state of mind
  • Whittemore, Iowa: Cares more, shares more
  • St. Louis, Michigan: Middle of the mitten
  • Hershey, Pennsylvania: The sweetest place on Earth
  • Elkhorn, Wisconsin: Living in harmony
  • Modesto, California: Water, wealth, contentment, health
  • Burkeville, Virginia: The little town that could
  • Kingman, Arizona: One grand adventure after another
  • Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania: The Switzerland of America
  • Versailles, Kentucky: History, horses, hospitality
  • Menomonie, Wisconsin: Traditional yet progressive
  • Livingston, California: “The last stop”
  • Jefferson, Wisconsin: The Gemuetlichkeit City
  • Madisonville, Kentucky: The best town on Earth

Larry,<br />Corpus Christi, Tejas<br />2007 Lazy Daze Class C and a 2005 Jeep Wrangler toad<br />04 Dodge 3500, Cummins<br /><br /><strong class='bbc'>Only two defining forces have ever offered to die for you: 1. Jesus Christ. 2. The American G.I. One died for your soul, the other for your Freedom. </strong><br /><br /><br /><span style='font-family: Arial'><span style='color: #FF0000'>"We sleep safe in our beds because rough men stand ready in the night to visit</span></span><br /><span style='color: #FF0000'>violence on those who would do us harm." - </span><span style='color: #000000'>George Orwell</span>

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Posted 28 April 2010 - 01:05 PM

You left out Wisconsin's, "Come smell our Dairy Air".

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Posted 29 April 2010 - 07:59 AM

Not really a slogan but I like the one highway sign below. BTW Sooty123 lives there. He looks bored sometimes. LOL.

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Abbotsford, where I live now is "The city in the country". "Where Drug Gangs meet Bible Thumpers" would be more appropriate

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Posted 29 April 2010 - 10:23 PM

Scott, Louisiana: "Where the West Begins!"

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Posted 30 April 2010 - 09:21 PM

then there's DILDO NEWFOUNDLAND Expect the unexpected in Dildo ...

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Posted 02 May 2010 - 10:32 AM

Some good ones to remember when I am bored. I grew up a few miles from Bushnell, SD and that one is pretty darn close to being factual. I now live 30 miles S of Wahoo, and the 5 famous men are long forgotten, but it is interesting that such a small town produced a Nobel Prize winner,a famous baseball player, a famous actor, plus 2 others. For a long time Wahoo was also Dave Lettermans "home office" he enjoyed saying WAA HOO .
I have been a tent camper since my Boy Scout days long, long, ago. Now I need to get up off of the cold ground to get a good nights rest, a truck camper seems to be the best choice. I am here to learn as much as I can.

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