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Jason Walsh: Highway 37 flooding an omen of Greek-epic proportions

Published Tuesday February 28

And you thought taking Atherton was bad: Based on this seventeenth century engraving, post-Atlantis commuters’ detour would have started with a left at U.S. circled around the Pillars of Hercules, and picked up the route in the oceanus right of Africa.

According to the legend of Atlantis, as told by Plato in about 360 BCE, a utopian city brimming with gold, silver and exotic wildlife was built upon a series of bay-side islets interwoven by wide moats and a great canal running through the city center.

But enough about Hwy 37.

But, not like the recent Atherton-area floods, the submersion of the rest of Hwy 37 won’t be taking anyone by surprise.

Article length: About 450 words.
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