Living in Marin = Living IN Marin

by Michael 26. October 2010 09:14

As a native Marinite, as well as being a current resident, I am here to posit the idea to those of you who may be new to the area:

When you live in a town in Marin County you don't just live in that town, but you live in Marin. Marin is unlike any place I have ever been. Many of the towns, especially in central Marin, run together and their borders are blurred. Once you move here and start to get the lay-of-the-land you will understand exactly what I mean.

Take Central Marin for example: Corte Madera, Larkspur, Greenbrae, and Kentfield for instance. Unless you are a marinite I defy you to tell me where one starts and the others stop. Because each is small in area and because they all border eachother (and share the same geographical characteristics)  it is hard to stay in one, and easy to venture across the borders of all 4 on any given day of the week to accomplish errands, to eat out, to visit doctors adn dentists, and to take your kids to school.

The point I am making is that when considering which town to live in if you are relocating to the area consider that seldom will you be relagated to the town you choose to actually reside in. You will quickly find that the borders of the towns that comprise Marin County quickly blur, and that when venturing out and about on a day-to-day basis you will find yourself travelling outside of your zip-code quite frequently.

 

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