"The boy sat at the edge of the Silver Memorial Bridge, full moon above and the Ohio River below. West Virginia on his right, Ohio on his left. Though he was too young to know it, he was sitting in a place of..." Can anyone help me with that last sentence? I want it to say that he's in a place of "middles" or "in betweens." Between the earth and the sky, and between two states. But I can't think of a way to say it that's not overly wordy and complicated.