Grading homes: The system I used when picking a new place to live

This morning — because the sky was clear and I hadn't anything better to do — I let the dog lead me on a six-mile walk. For two hours, we wound our way through the streets of Corvallis. We sniffed drains, barked at squirrels, and in every way had a merry old time.

If I'd allow her, Tally would spend hours every day sniffing drains around the city.

As we walked, I reflected on how fortunate Kim and I were when we decided to move here. We were deliberate about our choice, sure, but it was still something of a gamble. Sometimes research and experience don't align. In this case, they have.

Why We Love Corvallis

After four months Corvallis seems like a perfect fit for us. There's so much we love about this place, such as:

Grading homes: The system I used when picking a new place to live