It could be a path between fields in the backcountry of Portugal’s Trans os Montes. Or a trail across the frontier between Mexico and the American Southwest. Or a dirt road in a high, dry summer somewhere in mountains lying outside the Temperate zone.
Perhaps I walk the path to inspect inherited land. Or I pace the trail desperate to escape the hazards of the places I left behind. Or I take a summer stroll.
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