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January 02, 2012

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shoney

"There’s something to be said for knowing and loving one place well, for seeing it in every season, every mood, every change of weather".....you express so well the richness of being/ living in the landscape. If everyone would take advantage of learning, noticing and appreciating their natural surroundings perhaps we would have a more peaceful planet. Your writing is a gift.

sally

I totally agree with shoney about this and the pleasure that I used to get doing the same thing you wrote so elegantly about. I lived in the woods for so many years and would spend much time doing this and always there was some treasure to be found and friends to check up on (the animals). I dream of this still today and miss these times as they are far between now. But I still have my favorite places I keep in touch with fondly. You are so lucky!

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