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  • A split-rail fence ran along one side of the road, and on my right, scrubland stretched into infinity.

    Crossed

  • A split-rail fence ran along one side of the road, and on my right, scrubland stretched into infinity.

    Crossed

  • The details of the place were carefully rendered; a porch swing, a spot for a garden to the side within a low split-rail fence, a path of flat stones to the front steps, puffs of drifted snow on the eaves and windowsills.

    The Overton Window

  • We kept walking—past the Alpaca Farm, the Dairy Tent, and finally the jam-packed Ox-Pulling Pavilion—until we found ourselves alone beside a split-rail fence that marked the edge of the property.

    AMERICAN SUBVERSIVE

  • The details of the place were carefully rendered; a porch swing, a spot for a garden to the side within a low split-rail fence, a path of flat stones to the front steps, puffs of drifted snow on the eaves and windowsills.

    The Overton Window

  • The details of the place were carefully rendered; a porch swing, a spot for a garden to the side within a low split-rail fence, a path of flat stones to the front steps, puffs of drifted snow on the eaves and windowsills.

    The Overton Window

  • It was a grand landscape, everything manicured beyond perfection: the vast lawns behind split-rail fences, green even in the fading light; the mansions and horse fields on not-so-distant hillsides; and the old carriage barns by the road, paint peeling on purpose, rustic in that wealthy way.

    AMERICAN SUBVERSIVE

  • Then, a few hours later, they came to small farms where kids stood near split-rail fences and watched the silent monks in wonder.

    Agent Q, or The Smell Of Danger!

  • The details of the place were carefully rendered; a porch swing, a spot for a garden to the side within a low split-rail fence, a path of flat stones to the front steps, puffs of drifted snow on the eaves and windowsills.

    The Overton Window

  • Then, a few hours later, they came to small farms where kids stood near split-rail fences and watched the silent monks in wonder.

    Agent Q, or The Smell Of Danger!

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