The last day of the year saw me doing field work in my very favorite spot in North Carolina, a short drive from Charlotte which takes me to a place that feels worlds away. I was collecting the final dataset for a paper I’m writing, and the afternoon found me musing on beginnings and endings and the questions that continue to tease me in this landscape. On reflection, I’m proud of what I’ve learned and done here, but I’m excited to see where the streams lead me next.
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