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You LEARN NOTHING BY
SITTING IN The CAR
Out here in LA, it's easy to get wrapped up in the car culture that has dominated the West since the mid-20th century.
Although I don't have a long morning commute to work - living only about a mile away from the office - I still drive it every day, even though it's easily walkable and bikable.
I drive six hours each way for a brief weekend getaway.
And sometimes, barreling down the freeway, I have to force myself to pull over and go look at something, go climb something, instead of hypnotically following the road.
And as Roc, the caretaker of Ballarat, a ghost town outside of Death Valley, reminds us: you learn nothing by sitting in the car.
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