Clark Cottage at Wintergreen
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... into "The Middle of Nowhere" Diner!
A diner is a unique American phenomenon which predates fast food outlets - in contrast to these, they encourage their patrons to come in and sit down and take some time to have a meal around tables or in booths.
We certainly enjoyed our lunch break with plenty of 'people watching' in this busy diner with such an unusual name!
... eerie. I love knowing that it is still there and that I will always be a part of that community but I also noticed that I no longer felt that I belonged there all year-round.
Leaving Massachusetts, I finally felt ready to start the next chapter of my life.
Thank you Holy Cross Class of 2014! I look forward to seeing many of you when I get back in May!
PS. I promise that future posts wont't be as lengthy!