astrakiseki  asked:

My general assumption of your life is 'this is what happens when the lines between small town and city blur' with a heaping dose of North American Great Plains weirdness.

That’s actually remarkably close to the truth. Regina’s a community that’s somehow managed to grow to a quarter-million people (including the metro area) without ever losing that provincial small town atmosphere. It’s like the sort of place you expect to have a population of maybe six thousand, except it just… keeps… going.