My significant other, my daughter and I have moved from Richmond (which is a reasonably sized area) to a very small county. It's the least populated county in Virginia. I have already been warned that I will always be considered an outsider. We have been noting some interesting differences. The highest bus number is 20, and there are only 6 buses. The high school has one hallway and the kids actually use their lockers. The bus driver calls your house to tell you when he will pick up your child. When the bus doesn't run, the school superintendent comes by to pick up your child. The orchestra teacher and the band teacher have to coordinate activities, because they share most of their students. Most of the teachers teach 2 subjects. People don't know to introduce themselves to you, because everyone knows everyone else. People know which house you bought when you refer to it by the owner who lived in it during the 70s. The library does not issue actual library cards; they know who you are.