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Web Exclusive: A Well-Lighted Place
"I traveled into the forest about a hundred yards until I could see a small light through the trees."
I travel a lot, and recently I was in a small town, new to me, and outside my country. I had found through AA Inter group that there was an AA meeting in the town. An address was printed with the meeting schedule.
I asked the hotel desk clerk how to get to the street in question, and was told to go out of the parking lot, go right for 5-6 blocks and to "Go right, can't miss it."
This did work for me except I noticed the name of the street I turned on was correct except was a boulevard, not a lane. It was night, but I continued to follow the directions and turned right. The... Login to read more
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