Day Trip When we feel like things aren’t moving we start the car and hit the road. We sense our state of mind improving once we enter a new ZIP code. Here the thrill of the unknown beckons. Route 66’s less famous cousins have plenty of charms of their own. On 65, in the No Pass Zone a tableau unfolds on the shoulder: a man points a shotgun west while a woman in a red vest reclines, carefree, on a karst boulder. By dinner we're in Thomasville. We eat at the No Hope Bar & Grill.
Dawn Corrigan lives in Myrtle Grove, FL and has worked in the affordable housing industry since 2010. Before that she worked at a variety of unpoetic jobs, most interestingly as a banner maker/ground crew at an aerial banner towing company. Her masthead credits include Western Humanities Review, Girls with Insurance, and Otis Nebula, where she currently serves as assistant editor. Her website is www.dawncorrigan.com.