As Ed S. said yesterday, "There is not inherent "clarity" in what is/is not a
park. From one perspective, I see more clarity in state borders than park
Your editorial cites the Blue Ridge Park Way. I know when I cross the State
Line. How do you know where the Parkway corridor begins and ends? I'm not
talking about the "roadway", but the park.
Drive down through Floyd and south. Take some of the many "at-grade cross
roads and identify when you are in and out of the "Park."
Go down to the Jamestown, Williamsburg, and Yorktown area. Try the same drill
with the Colonial Parkway's twenty-three mile stretching from the York River
at Yorktown to the James River at Jamestown.
Or walk around Williamsburg and Yorktown and tell which buildings are Federal
Vs State Vs private foundations.