...You were blind. In the absence of even the tiniest bit of ambient light and in the cave’s entrenched darkness, you knew how it felt to go blind. You couldn’t even tell if your eyes were open or not. It was void, nothingness. Absence.
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By Tim Bean Pull up a bench at Lake County’s Grand Kankakee Marsh at dusk and wait. Soon you’ll hear (then see) the flocks of sandhill...