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Walking there appears to be no end in sight stranded on a country road for all eternity It is almost dark so far away from all that is familiar The trees are groaning against the winds fury when did the wind start blowing Have I been walking for so long that time hysterically slipped away The leaves are rustling about swirling through the air like discarded post-it notes smashing slapping against the trees and blacktop splat-snap Where did the sun go It gave the impression only an instant ago or had it been longer that it was going to be a still and peaceful day has panic from hunger and walking so long finally caught up Waking up this morning had I been warned of the impending day the highs and lows that I would soon face and the surprising twist of fate that awaited me I would have gotten up nonetheless It was a sunny day even though the remnants of last weeks snowstorm still blanketed most of the surrounding area I decided after fumbling around the house for a few hours lethargy creeping in that I would go for a drive in my trusty old Maverick I purchased the dark blue 1975 Ford Maverick from a used car lot ten years past its prime It was a good car and until today I had not had any problems with it There was nothing planned for this trip no basket of food prepared or any other preparations taken just a spur of the moment kind of drive Living in the city can be depressing so getting away from the concrete jungle for a few hours was a welcomed escape I have not lived in this city for very long and although I knew several of the names of the adjoining towns there were a few that I did not know However being the adventurer that I am I drove off in a direction that
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