Evie talks about slo's impact on the cal poly experience
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Hopefully if this doesn't take too many toys too much, if I and being totally honest slow is a very small town and downtown is kind of like the heart of like most of the community experience, you're gonna like it's experience. If you come too slow and go to Cal Poly, it's like Ben, Wait where most of my memories have, Like like like during farmers market and coming down here like flash sales up secret. Things like that like you can't really go explore unless you're goingto Avalon Beach, which you can only get two if you have a car outside town, but you're about ten to fifteen minute drive away. Slow down is honestly like the only place you can really go hang out with friends if you you don't want me on campus. That's where most of the coffee shops are things like that. So it's definitely like the main heart of Sam Ismael, So there's not much else. If you drive out of town, so take you a little while to get there. I don't feel like I've ever had to ask for more. Um, I'm not a big city person anyways, but at least from my experience, slow down town is really awesome.