Thursday, June 2, 2011

Flyover Country

Seems it isn't dead yet. Follow the link over at Lex's place.

I wonder if you could find that much civic pride in a city of roughly 775,000 people on either of the coasts?

5 comments:

in2paints said...

I watched that video this morning and will admit things got a bit misty there at the end... I'm originally from Michigan and still have family there, so this hit home a bit for me.

Mary said...

What a neat collaboration, thank you for sharing! I don't like it when "mainstream" media pokes holes in these fine small towns across the country. Even my little hole in the wall city. :-)
Thanks for the blog comment. WE NEED SUN!

Buck said...

Lex does good work, particularly in finding gems like this.

I spent a lot o' time in Dee-troit (as you know), and I'm as big a booster of that state and its people as exists anywhere.

Denali's Mom said...

OT: I wonder which two horse town you are from in Washington. Anywhere near Monroe?

Buckskins Rule said...

Denali's Mom: I'm in Pierce County near Graham.