Last on our list for the year, but no less interesting, was the field research of Julia Popcheva in the town of Levski and the village of Malchika. In a few hot days of August, she managed to meet not only with relatives of emigrants, but also with those who returned for a summer vacation in their homeland. The city was full of cars with German and Spanish registrations, as well as the happy faces of people returning home. The interviews highlighted several types of strategies for migration and a few ways of maintaining contact with other family members in Bulgaria. The effect of seasonal migration on the development of urban and rural environment was also considered. And the lest but not least, the reasons for all those who decided to stay, here, in their home land, were observed and discussed.