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Kathy Bradley - Road with no name

Kathy Bradley - Road with no name

Kathy Bradley - Road with no name

Kathy Bradley

    The road did not always have a name. It was just a road, barely wide enough for two cars to pass in some places, dusty in dry times, slippery in wet. It connected two county-maintained highways, both of which had names but no road signs. People didn’t often need directions out that way, but when they did, they were given and received by landmark. When we moved there in January 1974, becoming the only human residents on that three-mile stretch, Daddy went to see Mr. Fred Darley about buying insurance for the house. The insurance company wanted an address ...

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