Thoreau's twenty miles
This is a silly little thing I made at Geogeeks.
The text reads:
“There is in fact a sort of harmony discoverable between the capabilities of the landscape within a circle of ten miles’ radius, or the limits of an afternoon walk, and the threescore years and ten of human life. It will never become quite familiar to you.
— ‘Walking’, by Henry David Thoreau (1862)
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