For most people, Alabama doesn't conjure images of mountain peaks, river gorges, and waterfalls. That's probably because they've never been to Fort Payne, which is tucked between Lookout Mountain and Sand Mountain.
Figuratively, Fort Payne is a long way from the city; quintessential small-town activities include an annual fiddling convention that dates back to 1908. It's also a stop along the "world's longest yard sale," a four-day event in August that spans 675 miles.
In reality, though, it's an hour's drive from Chattanooga and two hours from Atlanta.
Think you might want to move once you're no longer chained to a desk? This quiz can help point you in the right direction.
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