I imagine most folks have someplace that's really special to them. Maybe it's where you currently live, maybe it's where you go on vacation, or it could be someplace your parents took you when you were young that brings back a lot of good memories. There's a lot of reasons that a place is special to someone and I think you're very fortunate if you have a place like that.
For me I have two, one is in Colorado, and the other is near Phoenix Arizona and named Ben Avery gun range. Ben Avery gun range is a 1600 acre state of Arizona run gun range that has about every kind of target range imaginable for shotguns, rifles, handguns, archery, and even machine guns if you happen to have one of those. In other words its a shooters paradise, a Disney World for gun enthusiasts, and a place where gun guys and gals are made to feel at home.
For me not only am I comfortable here but I have a lot of good memories from the past, so whenever I'm at Ben Avery, which by the way is the name of the man that built the place many decades ago, I'm not only happy and comfortable but I feel more safe and secure than anyplace else I visit.
I imagine to non-gun folks that probably sounds like I've lost my mind but contrary to what a lot of other folks believe I actually feel safer around people that are armed. And knowing that all the different police agencies that work in the Phoenix area train and qualify here at Ben Avery both day and night also makes it one of the safer places to be.
You would really have to be the world's stupidest criminal to come to a place like Ben Avery's where there are literally hundreds of armed people, and cause trouble. On the other hand if you're not a troublemaker you will be around some of the nicest, friendliest, most patriotic, people you've ever met.
It's great to be back in a place where I can drive for five or ten minutes and be at real grocery stores, such as this Albertsons in a strip mall five minutes from me. Home Depot is right behind the Albertsons and two Walmarts are 10 minutes away. But I will grow weary of all the people and the traffic in a couple of weeks and be glad to get back to a small town somewhere.
This doughnut store owner probably got sick and tired of all the rules and regulations about signage at a strip mall and found a unique way of advertising his store by turning his motorcycle into a Harley doughnut. It's cute but I would be afraid of riding it down the road on a windy day.