The Ohio River
"These forty miles, 'the most beautiful part of the Ohio,' are primitive and remote...
Tarps shade a propane stove, a cistern, and beds made out of old quilts over plastic crates. Ladders, leaned against the bank and half-buried by sand, reach down to the beach below. The campers are men and boys. It’s Lord of the Flies for all ages."
--Chapter 24: "The Most Beautiful Part of the Ohio"