If You Lived Here You’d Be Home by Now

Who wouldn’t want to trade in a stressful 90-minute commute for acres of open land, a home-based office and ridiculously friendly neighbors?

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Review of ‘If You Lived Here You’d Be Home by Now’

As a rural northerner, I was skeptical heading into Christopher Ingraham’s memoir of moving his family from Ellicott City, Maryland, to Red Lake Falls, Minnesota. I could see why he did it—Ingraham, his wife and their twin toddlers lived in a 952-square-foot row house, the only place they could afford and still get Ingraham to…

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