Having just read a long, depressing article about Amazon’s workplace culture (“Inside Amazon: Wrestling Big Ideas in a Bruising Workplace,” New York Times), I thought randomly of a book-delivery service far removed from the etail giant’s Seattle campus. While on vacation in Montana the week before last, en route to Paradise (no, really), we spotted a bookmobile that turned off highway 28 onto 382, into the great wide open of Camas Prairie. We followed just long enough to get this shot through the windshield. It’s a great reminder that there are lots of places where hourly, same-day, or drone deliveries aren’t a viable option—and where libraries are still a great solution. Here’s to the man or woman behind the wheel!