I mean, when the map indicates that you are approaching a town called Bushyhead, you pretty much owe it to yourself to have a look. From what I saw, it was mostly a church and this cross, presiding over some narrow roads and the railroad tracks. But I’d’ve never known if I hadn’t looked. (That may not be the most profound thing I ever wrote. But – sadly – it’s not really the dumbest thing either.)
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