Washington Post, February 7, 2024
Bonnie Jo Mount and
An unorthodox bid to preserve one of the last bastions of country life in the D.C. area is dividing residents.
Some say protecting Loudoun’s gravel roads will ensure that its rustic soul and charm survive a suburban onslaught. But not everyone wants to go along for the ride.
Allen Cochran shouts “Here we go!” and the sheep skitter from a weathered gray barn, bounding into golden afternoon light on a mile-long journey to pasture. Their beating hoofs sound like a sudden downpour on the centuries-old gravel road.
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