Jan. 28, 2009
By Dan Raley
Dave Browning lives in Mica, Wash., a town with a post office and not much more. It's just 15 miles from where he was raised. He has 10 acres, or about 750 fewer than he and two brothers once tended.
This would seem to suggest that he's never gone anywhere outside of these sprawling wheat fields that push up against the Idaho state line south of Spokane, yet that's hardly the case.