james morgan Posted about 1 year ago Taylor Wilson: Yup, I built a nuclear fusion reactor Smart kid, unfortuantely he may be too young to see the changes that were clear to William Faulkner around 70 years ago. I quote, "Though by 1925 we could already see the doom. Major de Spain and the rest of that old group, save your Cousin Ike and Boon, were gone now and (there was gravel now all the way from Jefferson to De Spain's flag stop) their inheritors switched off their automobile engines to the sound of axes and saws where a year ago there had been only the voices of the running hounds. Because Manfred de Spain was a banker, not a hunter like his father; he sold lease, land and timber and by 1940 (it was McCaslin's camp now) they--we--would load everything into pickup trucks and drive two hundred miles over paved highways to find enough wilderness to pitch tents in; though by 1980 the automobile will be as obsolete to reach wilderness with as the automobile will have made the wilderness it seeks. But perhaps they--you--will find wilderness on the back side of Mars or the moon, with maybe even bear and deer to run it."