Instance in Honduras

I had to be near the top.  Since nine in the morning I’d been walking uphill.  My view had changed from a parched wasteland to semi-green mountains rippling into the distance.  There was a steady breeze and it smelled of cows and farming.  The air was cooler, but just about anywhere would have been cooler […]

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Channel Twenty-Six

Savannah trotted to the left of the cart, giddy from the presence of never-ending shade and a wide shoulder.  We walked steady and fast.  There wasn’t much traffic on the road along the coast of El Salvador because there was a newer, bigger road that funneled the cars to San Salvador. A mother and daughter […]

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Trust Your Gut

The further into Central Georgia I got the less populated the towns became. The dirt path I was on ran beside route two-eighty all the way from a town with a grocery store, McDonalds, and Subway, to a town with a grocery store and a single light. Between the moderately-sized town and the small country […]

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