You live here with your kid, and your significant other, maybe you were a young parent, maybe not... But really, this RP is about life. Everything from your child starting pre-k at the age of 2 or 3 to kindergarten at 4 or 5 and so on, along with what happens to you, will your family expand, shrink, or just stay as it is? This RP is all about that, so please, HAVE FUN! Castle Hill is a very small, mostly rural, town in Aroostook County, Maine. This is a town where everyone knows each other unless you have just moved in, and still that's rare since usually you know of someone in the small town to have even found the place. The town doesn't have any of its own schools... no pre-school, no elementary school, no middle school, and no high school. The children go to the Circle of Learning Pre-school (which is very big and includes 5 different towns children), they either go to Mapleton Elementary or Fort Fairfield Elementary school (both of them are quite small, so the students are put into 2 schools), and lastly they all go to Fort Fairfield Middle / High School (although it isn't a huge school, it's big enough to accommodate all the students. Most people live on farms of sorts (usually in a colonial, ranch / country style, or victorian type house), or they live in a rented place (usually a rented house or apartment). This isn't the type of place where you would expect to see an Audi Convertible or Lamborghini, but you'd more likely see something along the lines of a GMC pickup truck, a family van, and maybe the occasional Jeep. There is a quaint park suitable for all ages behind town square, and town square is where all of the shops and cafes and other various stores are. [ ] [ ] [X] [ ] It's the middle of Winter, the middle of a Winter in North-Eastern Maine, it's also about halfway through the school year now. There is anywhere from 2-3 feet of snow on the ground, and it, at the very least, flurries at least once a week. It is always cold during the day, but becomes even more teeth-chattering at night. This is definitely the time of year meant for those new warm wool mittens and winter boots, along with the pretty crackling fire in the fireplace, and the nice warm blankie to cuddle up with!