The Uses and Purposes of Power (0.2)

The motorcade rumbled to a stop near the peak of one of the arcing spans of the bay bridge. Eight lanes wide and spanning two miles, it along with the rail bridge that ran a parallel course was the lifeline that connected Calvary Crossing to the mainland and allowed the island that had been a haven for pirates, a naval base, and then a playground for the idle rich to grow into a functioning industrial port city. Continue reading “The Uses and Purposes of Power (0.2)”