No, city slickers, this is not atypical and it's not nostalgia for a by-gone era. It sounds just like where I live, 21 miles from Dickerson. And all over small-town America.
Grace always finds a way to show up just in time. I’ve written that before, and I say it often. Sometimes it’s on a back road in Maryland that you thought you were taking for no good reason. But it turns out there was a reason.
My latest from Dickerson Maryland: (You guys really are gonna love this story)Finding America at a back-roads gas station
The fact that wrote a piece about a gas station is such a power move. It’s why I love her.
Grace always finds a way to show up just in time. I’ve written that before, and I say it often. Sometimes it’s on a back road in Maryland that you thought you were taking for no good reason. But it turns out there was a reason.
Finding America at a back-roads gas station
This is a terrific column from ⁦⁩, and within it a bonus acknowledgement of a great great American institution: ⁦⁩.
“A white couple with more tattoos than I could possibly count, a group of young Hispanic men, and an African American couple all offered different forms of assistance for my obvious distress.” ⁦⁩ is a national treasure.
Love this story by ! Reminds me of visiting my pap in Lancaster, PA!
A great story. If it wasn't illegal and his crew could begin strategically arranging for people to get flat tires outside general stores. :-)
I might be a little biased about it, but is one of the best magazines in the US now.
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You can also find America on I-75 to Florida with “Jesus loves you” billboards next to truckstop strip clubs that welcome couples. 😏 America is complicated. Some may say wonderfully complex. You don’t need to take the less traveled road to recognize it.