Where vision meets post-crash black noir. The story of life after the world economic system crashes and American society begins the gradual slide into universal third world squalor and violence.
My *guess* is Taos, New Mexico. That looks like the beautiful bridge they have over the Rio Grande outside the edge of town.Me and the Better Half were thinking of moving there in the next 1-3 years, but she is more set on Santa Fe...which I'm completely cool with too. Heh.
Nope. That's the bridge over Glen Canyon Dam. That little spot of green should be the town of Page, AZ. Go about 8 miles out into nowhere and that was where I lived once upon a time.
Very cool. It bears a striking similarity to a bridge on the outskirts of Taos.Sometimes when I read the chapters (The Unknown - Chapter 2), I should just take them at face value rather than imparting my own imagination (or anecdotal experience) onto them. Haha.If you ever get a chance to watch a fantastic documentary called "Cadillac Desert" (there is a book too, but I've never read it), a significant chapter is about the Glen Canyon dam. It is actually kind of a sad story.
Yeah. I read that book a long time ago. Pretty good.
Yeah, was there a lot of years ago myself - it is really impressive - and a [long] way down!Isn't that the bridge where the NUke engineer 'fell off of' soon after the Japanese reactor started to have problems?
Tckaija,I don't know. Like you said, its long way down,
nova, what an odyssey you have had! How the Sam Hill did you work your way here to Northern Virginia from Page, Arizona? Please write your memoirs! Thanks!
Hey zapoteca!My memoirs? Not a chance. We were in Page for awhile and then moved to Montana. I liked Page a lot more.
Hah! You went from a dry heat (Arizona), to a bone-chilling cold (Montana), to a wet heat (Virginia)? Never let it be said that you're short on guts, Nova.