Definitely a country girl! Having been raised on a small 4-H farm in Oregon, I am no stranger to living in rural areas.
Living in an agricultural community is a much slower pace of life than the city. We live more seasonally, as we have no supermarkets in our area. We don't have easy access to a big variety of vegetables, fruits, etc., or to good medical supplies. And that is why we are here -- to improve the quality of medical care in a rural and remote area, and hopefully improve the quality of life of the people here.
And the main East/West street. It is not a ghost town. The streets are deserted because everybody is off picking caterpillar fungus, or commonly called worm grass. It's real name is Cordyceps sinensis.