El Cabrero has been a negligent blogger lately because I've been careening all over West Virginia beating the drums for creating a Future Fund from natural resources severance taxes which would derive a permanent stream of wealth from nonrenewable resources.
While doing this, and specifically when traveling to beautiful downtown Glenville, county seat of Gilmer County, I was reminded of one simple rule to know you are in a small town...
to wit: you know you're in a small town when the parking meters don't take anything bigger than a dime.
(Disclosure: my own home town doesn't even have parking meters.)
NOTE: link truck broke down.