Familiar

Cheyenne

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This is a series of nature gone extreme!
Picture 9
Cheyenne2008
November 18th 2008
South Texas

As I’m driving along, I’m lost and it’s getting late into the evening. The sun will be down soon, I’ve turned around and around so much that I’ve lost which way I originally come from. My map does no good, I can’t find a road number, My phone is out of reception, I’m low on gas and out of hope. I look to find the closest train track, or busiest highway, I’ve been taught that when all else fails to look for something familiar, a train track perhaps. They usually lead to a town, big or small, most of the town folk can give you directions to your destination or lead you the right way. All that I’ve learned does me no good as I turn around again, travel down a road with vast open spaces and not a soul in sight. Near empty now, I see this road. It looks so familiar I’ve been here before. A sort of Deja Vu feeling creeps over me. I turn on this road, lined with trees and brush. Phone poles stand along side the road like a fence. I cross over shadows of trees, and a bridge. Suddenly I arrive to a road that gives me more hope. A town five miles ahead, gasoline and food. I’m saved. This road, I remember later, leaving the gas station, is the road my Parents would drive down on a slow Sunday drive in the country. This road I’ve named Familiar

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