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In Suspect Terrain by John McPhee
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Apr 15, 2008

really liked it
bookshelves: history-politics, science, nature
Read in March, 1994

You'd think the geology of the Northeast would be boring but it isn't. Made driving the highways of the Northeast more interesting. You'll never look at a highway cutaway the same way again.

I had never heard of the Delaware Water Gap before and a couple of months later, I drove through it during my move from Boston to Chicago -- and my muffler gave out in the Gap, not that I could hear it above the roar of the Memorial Day traffic. Nonetheless, the Water Gap was an interesting site to see.

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