I've been there now, to the town I'll be calling home for two months. It's the kind of town where, after being there 3 days, you walk down the street and people you've never met say "Hi, nice to see you again" as they pass. There's a bar called Tommyknockers that has a dance floor, and one year during a ranch workshop, you could have found Tami there, two-stepping with the mayor. In a town this small, you might want to proceed with caution, though, and I can't help but hesitate to step foot in a place that share's it's name with a Stephen King novel, given the number of people who bring up "The Shining" when they hear about my upcoming adventure.
Since there are only about 400 people in the whole county, it's likely that any given morning will find 1-2% of the population hanging out in the coffee shop in town. If you go into Journeys and talk about Pam, by the time you get back to the ranch, she will have heard what you had to say.
Yep, in spite of it's size, this town does have a coffee shop. It's no Fiorre, with their organic coffee, vegan pastries and dragonfly patterns poured into the milk. But they do have something that I wish Fiorre did - egg sandwiches for breakfast! The Mike's Breakfast is an egg with ham, cheese and tomato on a toasted bagel.
What do you think it would take to get a breakfast named after me?