“I was ferried off from my birth state not long after emergence from the womb. I’ve only returned once, as a curious, six year old kid inspired by National Geographic. It wasn’t a pilgrimage to Atlanta that brought me back, but the lure of the alligators, the bald cypress, and the belching peatlands of Okefenokee Swamp. I remember it like this: front of the boat, edge of the seat, in nature, at home.” – Rob
Header image: map of Northeast Houston in 1922, courtesy of the University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin.