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Hotels, restaurants, cafes etc have toilets. And I think that's right and it's certainly my challenge. I believe in the beauty of all things broken. There's been no shortage of struggle in her own sphere of life — struggles that, like the books she writes, reveal the intersection between place and politics and historic American tensions between the national and the regional. I confess peeing in front of a yakitori restaurant in Shinmichi street in Yotsuya, Tokyo in I think it's very important that, that we establish a phenology so that we know that when the coyotes are howling, you know, with their young in August, it's also when the young meadowlarks are hatching.
I think it was Bill McKibben who I spoke with sometime in the last year and he was talking about how, you know, farmers markets are something that we're rediscovering for all kinds of reasons that make sense in terms of how we're thinking about farming and food and — and regional economies. It is absolutely fierce. You know, this is not just our family's story. And we're back to uncertainty. And I thought, well, this is really interesting. When I was reading through all your writings, I was kind of pulling out lines and thoughts that I want to ask you about. You know, how do you reconcile the contradictions?