“A gentleman can live through anything.” – William Faulkner
A couple miles past the Hoover Dam as the starts to get hot, Marge stops in her pickup truck.
Marge is a grandmother of a large family. She picks up hitchhikers, if she feels called by God to do so. “I probably shouldn’t… but they have only been perfect gentleman.”
Marge is leaving Henderson, Nevada, where her children live and is headed to her home in Doland Springs, Arizona. Marge lives alone in the small town of Doland Springs. Her husband died recently, but it hasn’t stopped her from living life. She works at the Grand Canyon’s Skywalk, which is an hour and a half commute each way. Every day she gets to meet people from all over the world.
Marge drops me off at a small market outside of Doland Springs, where she thinks I will have the best chance of getting a ride. The wind is blowing hard and tumbleweeds are tumbling about. A huge 3 foot one almost hits me.
Create Our World.
“A gentleman is one who puts more into the world than he takes out.” – George Bernard Shaw