I would like to write something about Johnstown.
I moved from Florida to Johnstown in July of 2001, my
wife and I had no idea what Johnstown was like; we
wanted to move up north so we went on the internet
looking for a house and found one in Southmont and fell
in love with the town, and people.
We packed up our stuff and moved on up to our new house and town.
When we moved in the people next door came by and
said hello, and gave us some food so we didnt have to
cook that night, my wife said to me that would have
never happen in Florida.
I found a job with a plumbing company and my wife worked at a doctors office in
Johnstown, and we were happy; but as time went on I was
laid off for a while and we needed to get work so we
decided to move back to Florida, because I knew I could
Ever since we moved back down here we have not
been happy, as my wife always says, this is not home, Johnstown is home.
Why I am writing this is because, I was on the porch with my son and his friend talking
about Johnstown and how much we miss it, the change of
seasons, the people, the mountains, and just about
I hope in the near future that we will be able to move back, we really do miss the small
Thank you for this web site.
David P. Mallard