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September 04, 2013


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Sally Hanson

I love this and the upbeat way it ended for you. Your acceptance allowed you to receive it's gifts once again. I so feel for all the wild places that can't be wild enough anymore. Since we were kids the population has doubled and so many people need all the conveniences of the modern world. I feel for the beautiful spring fed lake and all of us that knew it's rustic charms.

Erin Block

Beautiful. Beautiful piece.

Amber Galusha

What a touching piece. This is my first time visiting your blog and I'm so happy I found it. I, too, know a special cabin that I spent time at when I was a little girl. It was my great grandparents' homestead cabin. The 200 acres was subdivided and sold in the late 90s, but the cabin remains and I have gotten to know the new owners. Every time I have to leave, I cry. But every time I return to that log cabin in Colorado, I remember the people who once lived there and I smile the biggest smile. Thanks for sharing, and blessings.

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