On the Banks of My City aka My Small Town
Where I currently live, it is not actually a city — not like a sprawling metropolis, but it likes to think it’s a city.
When the smallest city you’ve lived in has a population of more than 800,000 (Phoenix, Arizona), a population of just over 200,000 can seem rather small-ish.
This is a piece of southeastern bedrock that lies off the edge of a free-flowing open river channel at the foot of the Appalachians and right across the ‘street’ from the state of Alabama. Throw a rock across the river, you’ve hit another state. It’s main…