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Grapevine : March 2011
Grapevine 27 WHENIwasa 10-year-old kid, my family and I drove across the United States, from New Jersey to Utah, to visit relatives. In 1957 there were no superhighways a er the turnpikes ended in Illinois. Our station wagon had no air conditioning. e six of us (my sisters were 3 and 4 years old, my brother, 9) survived somehow. I can remember driving across Kansas, heading for Colorado. I was the navigator and handled maps. It was easy driving, but rather monotonous. We would hit a town in Kansas and I would look at the map to see where the next town was. I would see the grain storage silos five miles down the road, He turned it over with Step ree and found a welcoming haven in AA Steps Spiritual Oasis