A few days ago I drove through a small town. It was late afternoon and not many people were around.
Such towns as this are common across the Midwest. They are very flat and seem totally nondescript. Looking west is not much different than looking south.
But if you stop and look a bit closer you find there is more to a place such as this than you might expect. Here's a grocery store that has been renovated. At one time it was a busy store. Today it is a historical site.
Or a new water tower next to a double set of railroad tracks. These tracks go from San Francisco to New York City.
Yes, I am sure those tracks could tell a story. As I stood there in the light rain I wondered about those people who had been where I was standing.
And turning around I saw this.
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