Last week, returning from the mountains, I took one of my favourite back roads; one that offers miles and miles of uninterrupted native prairie. As I drove northeast, a pale pink disc peeked over the far, flat horizon, while at the same time the sun was setting on the far, flat southwest horizon. The moon was full and huge, as if attempting to compete with the sun, who was busy splashing everything in vivid tones of orange and pink. It was quite a contest, and I was aware that though the mountains are stunningly beautiful, so is our prairie.
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