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Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Wrong turn

At some point over the weekend I appear to have taken a wrong turn and wound up in Updike Territory (which as you all know shares a long border with Cheever Country).

And all I can say is: even when seen from the highway, in a speeding car, and with the windows rolled up tight--it's really not somewhere you want to linger.

I hope everyone makes it out okay.

link | posted by La Lecturess at 11:36 PM |


Anonymous Anonymous commented at 10:17 AM~  

One advantage for young professionals in Updike Territory is that property values are fairly stable, making it very easy to get into. Unfortunately, this price stability also makes such moves a fairly bad investment. Leaving can thus be rather difficult.


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