Middle of nowhere

@kevin1877uk (35480)
January 24, 2016 11:17am CST
Middle of nowhere Does anyone really know where the “Middle of Nowhere” is? I’d heard of the place name many times but never seen it on a plan of and any kind. Maybe one day I would like to visit “Middle of Nowhere” and see what it looks like. I not even see a photo the place either come to think of it. Have you ever been to “Middle of Nowhere” what’s it like there?
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@pgntwo (19611)
• Derry, Northern Ireland
24 Jan 16
I've been looking for the town of Jeopardy, as many newspapers have headlines like "Hundreds of Jobs in Jeopardy".
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@kevin1877uk (35480)
24 Jan 16
LOL I guess it could be close to Middle of Nowhere.
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@T_gray (7900)
• Salina, Kansas
24 Jan 16
A lot of people think they live in the middle of now where. So I think the middle of no where is every where.
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@T_gray (7900)
• Salina, Kansas
24 Jan 16
@kevin1877uk I think middle of now where is a state of mind more then an actually place. And yes I have been there
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@kevin1877uk (35480)
25 Jan 16
@T_gray I didn't know there was a State called Mind, anywhere near Kansas? So is that 56 states or 51 I never know how many there is.
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@T_gray (7900)
• Salina, Kansas
25 Jan 16
@kevin1877uk State of mind, silly. Not a state in the US. There are 50 states total
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@boiboing (12533)
• Northampton, England
24 Jan 16
I used to live in Suffolk. They still have dinosaurs grazing in the fields over there.
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@kevin1877uk (35480)
24 Jan 16
Dinosaurs, wow does David Attenborough know about these dinosaurs I sure he would be interested in make a program on them. I better email him. Middle of Nowhere, Suffolk
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@boiboing (12533)
• Northampton, England
24 Jan 16
@kevin1877uk Better known as 'The Land that Time Forgot'. Unlike Peterborough which is 'the town that time, taste and topography forgot'.
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@owlwings (37693)
• Cambridge, England
24 Jan 16
I happen to live quite close to the Middle of Nowhere. Mind, you have to go all round Will's mother's to get there and when you do, it's not quite the End of the World but you can see it from there.
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@kevin1877uk (35480)
24 Jan 16
Lol, oh do you, so you know it well, End of the world sounds like a fun place to visit too.
@LadyDuck (108861)
• Switzerland
24 Jan 16
Kevin I believe that the middle of nowhere is in Neverland.
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@kevin1877uk (35480)
24 Jan 16
Wow i didn't know what, been looking in the wrong place all this time. Where is neverland?
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@LadyDuck (108861)
• Switzerland
24 Jan 16
@kevin1877uk Now, this is an interesting question. I do not know.
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@kevin1877uk (35480)
24 Jan 16
@LadyDuck Maybe I need to ask where neverland is? Peter Pan may help with that
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• Lakewood, Colorado
24 Jan 16
I believe I may have been very close to about as middle of nowhere as you can get Kev. I survived it haha Some small towns stateside can nearly be considered that. No transportation etc. Right now, I wouldnt mind being in a middle of nowhere place..peaceful that is.
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@kevin1877uk (35480)
24 Jan 16
So is Middle of nowhere a good place to stay? It sounds like fun.
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• Lakewood, Colorado
24 Jan 16
@kevin1877uk It was for me Kev at the time. I enjoyed being isolated. Not so much my grown son tho haha People were friendly , the few that you encountered. It was lush green and flowers and all sorts of candy and antique shops too.
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@kevin1877uk (35480)
24 Jan 16
@TiarasOceanView Thats good news :) glad people were friendly.
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@Teep11 (6260)
• United States
25 Jan 16
I felt as if I've been in that area.Monticello Florida feels is a bit like what you've described here.
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@kevin1877uk (35480)
25 Jan 16
Oh, so there is a Middle of Nowhere then :)
24 Jan 16
I live in the Middle of Nowhere. It's quaint, but a very local place, for local people. Barely any buses, but fields growing carrots, onions and potatoes in every direction. Years ago they'd send delinquents to the farms and isolated houses between Here and There because it was so rural.
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• United States
24 Jan 16
Is there such place though!? I thought it was a figure of speech like I live in a middle of no where? (But I really don't live in the middle of no where though just an example).
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• United States
24 Jan 16
Sometimes I feel like I live in the middle of nowhere compared to the somewhere I used to live
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@kevin1877uk (35480)
24 Jan 16
So what is Middle of Nowhere like them?
@amadeo (42060)
• United States
24 Jan 16
yes,it is here.We are in a middle of nowhere.(kidding)
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@Hatley (152184)
• Garden Grove, California
24 Jan 16
South D akota prairie with prairie dogs and buttes and antel ope and jack r abbits and jackalopes too . Off in the distance is the B lack hIlls an d from our farm you could see do z ens of other farms too and Horse Creek. lol l ol l ol
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@kevin1877uk (35480)
24 Jan 16
LOL on I know now, sorted that one out. I sure there is more than one Middle of Nowhere though, just finding them.
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