The City With No Government
When I was eleven, I moved to a small trailer park in a place called Wallins. Now, I know Wallins well. I went to the elementary school up the road and the trailer I lived in had been my cousin’s for many years. I had spent many weekends there. For a few weeks, I went to a church up the street with my other cousins and a few years later I went to a church down the street with my girlfriend at the time. My cousin (not related to the other two cousins mentioned) lived in Wallins and was a volunteer firefighter. My uncle owned probably the most prominent and well-known business in Wallins (there was only, like, three of them and his was the only place that sold food) called Hensley’s Grocery but everyone called it May’s after his wife who was the cashier. My ancestors lived and worked in Wallins since at least the 1880s. Like I said, I know Wallins well.
Wallins has about 1,000 people (although is listed as two places, Wallins and South Wallins, but no one considers them two separate places). It has seven or eig
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