This is the geography that I am used to. Some people think there’s nothing to see out here. Some people are wrong*.
Lubbock County, Texas
*I once had a conversation, via letters, with writer William Least Heat Moon. He’s one of my favorite authors, but I took exception to something disparaging that he’d written about driving across the Texas Pandhandle, where he claimed the drive was boring and there was nothing to see. We finally agreed to disagree. He’s still wrong, of course.
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