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Put It in Your Heart

I have a theory that the place that feels like home is where you were in fourth grade. Maybe you’ve lived there all your life, or maybe you just spent a year or two there, but in fourth grade you learned about your state and its history before going on to study the wider world as you moved on through the upper grades. Continue reading

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Harvard–Spotlight

“Here it comes,” I warned David, an exchange student from Lomé, Togo, who was sitting in the passenger seat. “And there it goes.”

He looked at me like I was crazy. “That was not a town,” he said. Continue reading

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The Road Home

The drive from our cabin overlooking Palisades Reservoir to Idaho Falls in the westernmost corner of Bonneville County takes about an hour. The highway never leaves the county, the place of my birth, a place (a dot really on the globe) of about a hundred thousand souls. Continue reading

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