Nonfiction | March 01, 2007

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Granddaddy Zoby visited us exactly one time each year.  It was always at the end of summer, he and my grandmother driving fifteen miles an hour below the speed limit, backing up the Hampton Roads Tunnel, leaving a path of stalling traffic in their wake.

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