Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Welcome to the daily journal of my horse and wagon journey into small town and rural America; a nearly forgotten place that’s half boarded-up, a place left behind in the march to a bigger and better world, a place where children are safe to play, where folks wave at one another, where people aren’t judged by the car they drive (shiny and new, or old and clunky), where people don’t rush by if you collapse but rush to help you, a place called the “heartland,” where love and loyalty outweighs power and money.
Note: This journey was originally recorded in Facebook, and there were many comments and photos added by the people I met along the trail. Those comments and photos are not shown here, but may be found on my Facebook page (a link is provided in this website).

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