If A Park is Beautiful But No One Uses It, Is it Still A Park?
Campbell calls the Greenway "...desolate, surrounded on all sides by crowds enjoying more interesting places."
He walks from one end of the park to the other and notes the lack of people:
"The Greenway, as noted, is becoming more beautiful. Trees are taller and new ones have been planted. But green is a background, not a foreground. A park is a setting for experiences. It is not an experience in itself."