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Elaine Kub Contributing Analyst
Wed Mar 19, 2014 05:30 PM CDT

After three wrong turns on tiny, windy, tree-lined mountain roads, I was so ready to get back to the Midwest. I was working with two different maps, an astonishingly unhelpful talking GPS thingy, and a satellite image of the cabin for which I was searching, but one of my intended routes was closed between November and April, and the other involved blatantly bad guidance from the GPS lady. Through it all, I just craved a nice, straight, level road so that I could simply see where I had been, what was ahead of and around me, and ideally, where I ...

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