. . . think green

. . . It’s green. It’s free. It’s safe enough for children to play.

A public space with easy access.  A central landmark for the people who live here and invisible to drivers just passing through.  And maybe because I spent formative years in desert, it’s important to me that it’s by running water.  Within sheltering shade.  Plenty of green grass. . . .

[story: Future Cycle: Small Town Revival (of 24:1) “Public Green“]

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