A drive down a familiar road, behind a familiar vehicle, helps us focus on some of the basics of life.
By Steve Doyle
Wednesday, June 15, 2011 at 2:00 am (Updated: June 15, 2:09 am)
On a sunny Friday afternoon, the damnations of work behind you and the blessings of a weekend settling large on your horizon, you find yourself winding down a road that is as familiar as the scars in your own skin, one whose hills, dales and dusty side trails you can see perfectly with your eyes shut and nothing but motion to plot its passage.
Each fencepost is a milestone of your journey, a dot on your mind’s map so large and bold that you can name generations of people – their nicknames, their offspring, their ancestors – who lived behind them.
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