“Road rule 11:  The straighter the road you’re on, the more your mind wanders a curving path.  As your vehicle hurtles forward in space, your thoughts meander backward in time, often stopping to linger with a memory as if it were a historic marker on the roadside.

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Driving Monument Valley

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First Corollary:  Each place you stop exists in layers of time as well as space. The present is merely an intersection of the winding roads of the past.” – Dayton Duncan

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Driving Monument Valley

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