So then, Patagonia. A part of South America that is, somehow, Welsh. Right now, on the other side of the world, people are eating Welsh cakes under fluttering dragons or holding eisteddfodau in ninety-degree heat. Rugged ranch hands ride across a barren space, cowboy hats on their heads and daffodils in their lapels, and when […]
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