Where There's No Bus, There's No Exit

; When you've got no car, when the airfare is too high (or there's no airport at all), when the railroad tracks have long since gone to weed, there's always the Greyhound bus. It will get you to the next town or around the country, and it will take you to obscure places you call home and away from places you never want to see again. Planes and trains serve 500 communities; Greyhound serves 9,500. For many Americans who live in small towns, when there's no Greyhound, there's no exit.

It has surely seemed that way in Bishop, Calif., since the...

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