Rooster Land — Dig Site — The Pilgrimage of ’61
Title: The Pilgrimage of ’61
Subtext: How many roads, etc., etc.
Date: 11 Oct 16 (Tuesday in the AM)
Time: 12 minutes
Replies: 72
Revisions: 9
Publicity: Workshop
I couldn’t understand what it meant to be a pilgrim; I couldn’t wrap my head around it. I sat in front of the largest dictionary I had ever seen and read its . . . it goes on – however, this piece is for writers.

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