I Walked Halfway to Nashville on the Natchez Trace
A federal ranger was parked across the road from mile post 222 on the Natchez Trace. He waved a survey stake in my direction.
“Saw you walking the Trace sometime last week.”
“Yeah. I’m halfway to Nashville right here.”
He flung his things in the back of the truck. And smiled. “I think you just might make it.”
I think I just might make it, too, Dear Readers.
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