Lit Up
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Lit Up

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What a weird day

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Badwater Creek held no water, bad or otherwise. A track of cracked, dry mud, it snaked across the brown plateau, a promise of life unfulfilled. Dead trees and brown grasses clustered near its banks, a dismal landscape broken only here and there by knots of greenery. At certain times — following a storm or when snowmelt flowed down from the distant mountains in early summer — the rush of water resurrected the land…




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